Discovery-based learning. Reinvented.

LabAix introduces a new approach to instruction and learning built around games — serious games — called Websims. Players — students and trainees — will be actively interacting with dynamic models, deciding, acting, and seeing the immediate consequences of their actions. Professors, coaches and training sessions' animators will be able to achieve a successful transition from sage on the stage to guide on the side *

* King, A., 1993. From sage on the stage to guide on the side. College teaching, 41(1), pp.30-35.

Concept

Websims provide virtual environments in which students and trainees explore a number of issues, manipulate objects and perform experiments. Powered by game mechanics, they help achieve increased levels of engagement and a better understanding of complex issues.

Discovery-based Learning

Websims can be typically used in business and engineering schools — as well as in corporate universities — to teach key concepts such as finance, marketing and strategy (business administration application), or, to train new recruits on how to operate a system — a water treatment plant for example (engineering application).

Websim-powered Training Session

Professors can request administrator accounts, which would allow them to setup new sessions, manage existing ones, and access a number of pedagogical resources. Administrator accounts will also grant them access to participants' results in real-time, providing a support for conducting after action reviews of what happened, why it happened, and how it can be done better.

Services

LabAix provides innovative, web-based learning solutions for engineering and business applications.

Our services include:

» Rental of Websims.

» Animation of discovery-based learning sessions.

» Training of coaches on how to use our tools.

» Development of custom simulations.

» Design of smart, engaging, lectures.

For more information about any of our services, please feel free to contact us.

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