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iSpring Dialog Simulation

Experiencing eLearning

However, the iSpring Suite 10 includes TalkMaster , a Dialog Simulation tool that works very smoothly for creating branching scenarios. Try the dialog simulation yourself to see the finished result. One of the biggest benefits of using iSpring for dialog simulations is that it’s fast. Try the branching scenario.

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Simulation-based Learning: The Future of Learning & Development

Infopro Learning

Simulation-based learning facilitates experiential learning by allowing learners to make errors and experience the repercussions of these errors in a secure environment. As a result of the rapid development of technology, building a realistic simulation is no longer a challenging task. Characteristics of Simulation-based Learning.


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How I Built a Chat Simulation in 2 Hours

Experiencing eLearning

Using Twine and the Trialogue story format, you can build a simple chat simulation in a few hours. If you try the simulation, you’ll see that this isn’t a true chatbot. Instead of programming a true chatbot, this is a chat simulation. The story format controls all of the formatting and technical features.

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What Is An eLearning Simulation And How Do You Create One?

eLearning Industry

A simulation is a great learning tool exactly because learners can attempt to tackle real-life situations without the fear of failure. This article discusses what it is, and how to create one. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Artificial Intelligence in Business Simulations

Artificial intelligence is growing in its use in a range of areas. In the field of corporate education, it can serve to increase the efficiency and delivery both for facilitators and participants.

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Leverage the Power of Software Simulation for Effective Software Training

IT Training Department Blog

In the world of software and computers, it’s possible to create simulations that are realistic and great for learning. There’s a lot more positive potential for learning software with simulations. Plus, there’s no challenge in guessing how it will look in the system if the simulation is done to near exactness.

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Business Simulations: Building the Necessary

eLearning Learning Submitted Articles

There are many ways to explain the impact of a business simulation for learning.

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Selling With Video – Your Guide to the Benefits of Video-Based Training

Speaker: Don Schmidt - WW Sales Enablement Director, Inside Sales MongoDB

From sales enablement and soft skills to onboarding and leadership training, demonstrating skills with video helps learners conquer communication challenges and validate knowledge.

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Beyond Face-to-Face: Solving the Digital Practice Problem

Speaker: Bryan Naas, Director of Sales Enablement, Lessonly

Fortunately, it’s 2019, and just like athletes have access to VR simulations, and artists have access to online communities of practice, the world of sales is also starting to catch up. This practice is time-consuming, inefficient, and can be impossible if you’re working with a remote salesforce.

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The Key to Getting the Best Out of Video-Based Practice & Coaching

Speaker: Micah Eppler, Account Executive for Rehearsal of eLearning Brothers

Best practices for using video simulations to help learners practice and improve skills. Join Micah Eppler from eLearning Brothers to see hands-on examples of how organizations are transforming outcomes with these video-based training strategies. Bring your burning questions to this live, interactive session.

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Agile Microlearning Explained

Learner engagement and retention doesn’t have to be a mystery. Cognitive science theories already supply the answers. Learn how OttoLearn packages them into a single platform you can use to deliver microlearning based reinforcement training, and go beyond completions to focus on outcomes.