Benefits of Gamification in eLearning:

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Gamification is the concept of applying game mechanics and game design techniques to engage and motivate people to achieve their goals.

Gamification at work is becoming more and more well known in the world of business. It is used as a simple tool for leveraging competitiveness to motivate employees. The main idea of using gamification in eLearning is to create a fun-filled learning environment that helps learners acquire knowledge and skills better.

While there are a lots of benefits of gamification that can be seen in the workplace with eLearning, below are top three of those:

Increases employee engagement:

Gamification has proven to be very successful in engaging people and motivating them to change behaviors, develop skills, or solve problems. Thus, gamification has been effective in increasing employee motivation and engagement.

Gamification works well for your employees when they complete learning tutorials. These guided educational experiences improve retention, time spent, and results. Gamification is not only helpful for onboarding new employees, but also as training for older employees on new products and policies.

Encourages learning:

By implementing gamification in the workplace, employees will quickly familiarize themselves with the latest technology in a fun and engaging way. Gamified learning initiatives motivate employees to gain valuable skills without simply enduring traditional training programs.

Provides instant feedback:

Learner engagement is driven by accelerated feedback. Games provide immediate and effective feedback in the form of scores, thereby leading to better engagement and motivation.

JZero understands the value of Gamification in eLearning, so we have made it a part of our LMS. From earning LQ points to gaining badges, we have covered all of it.

Now that you’ve learned about the benefits of Gamification, why not try it within our LMS by signing up for a free JLMS Cloud account today?

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