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Game-based Learning, Employee Engagement, and Remote Work

In this relatively new era of remote and hybrid work, businesses (much like higher education institutions) are facing an engagement crisis. With employees scattered across different locations, time zones, and home office setups, the traditional tools of team building and motivation fall short. Zoom fatigue, isolation, and disconnect are new workplace buzzwords, and leaders of…

Game-based Learning for Medical Training

Picture this: a surgeon, preparing for a complex procedure, is not poring over medical textbooks or reviewing notes. Instead, they’re intently focused on a screen, playing a video game, simulating challenges they may encounter during the operation. It may sound like an unusual pre-op routine, but for Dr. James Rosser Jr. at Beth Israel Hospital…

Project Roundup: Professional Training Games by Filament Games

Welcome or welcome back to the blog! In today’s project roundup, we’re showcasing some of the most exciting and innovative professional training games we’ve developed. As a leader in game-based learning, we’ve had the privilege of partnering with incredible organizations to create engaging, interactive experiences that drive real-world skill development and knowledge retention.  In this…

Ways to Integrate AI into Learning Games and Simulations

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of years, you’re probably aware that artificial intelligence is transforming the landscape of technology at large, impacting countless industries across the world!  via Giphy When it comes to educational technology, we have unprecedented opportunities to enhance learning experiences with AI. For educational game developers…

Game-based Learning and Creative Writing

If you’re an avid gamer, reader, binge-watcher, or a combination of all three, you’ll know that more and more, people from all walks of life are recognizing and appreciating video games for their unique storytelling merits. One giant example is the record success of The Last of Us season 1, a TV show adapted from…

Filament Games Podcast | Season 6 Episode 7 – Games for Change Festival Interview with Rebecca Benghiat

Terms like “addiction,” and “anxiety” often carry heavy stigma around with them. Yet opening sincere dialogues around mental health is exactly what longtime advocate Rebecca Benghiat does alongside Filament Games Podcast host Jennifer Javornik in this new episode. via Giphy With senior leadership experience driving growth for organizations like New York’s pioneering Quad Preparatory School…

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