CapsimInbox: Intro to Accounting and Business Analytics Now Available in Your Shopping Cart

We’ve been working closely with our educators on fine-tuning our products. After piloting CapsimInbox: Intro to Accounting for feedback purposes, our simulation passed in flying colors.  Now, Intro to Accounting and Business Analytics are available for purchase in your shopping

The Science-Based Guide to Effective Teamwork (Pt. 3): Determining Learning on an Individual and Team-Level Basis

We’ve experienced it all as former students and current educators. Perhaps you recall problems as a team member working through classroom assignments in the past—unanswered emails from group members, lack of responsiveness leading to poor communication, and failed collaboration efforts.

The Simulation is Over… Can We Play Again?

How can we play again? was the question from enthusiastic students that kicked-off the original Capsim Challenge in the Spring of 2001. From there, the Capsim Challenge became a biannual event, giving students the opportunity to play either Capstone or

GBSN and Capsim Are Teaming Up to Create Culturally-Relevant Microsimulations for the Developing World

The relevancy of educational content is key to effective learning. Unfortunately, many underdeveloped and developing nations don't have access to quality learning materials. That’s why we partnered with the Global Business School Network. The nonprofit organization is already working with

How to Author a Microsimulation—Even if You Aren’t a Writer

By Caroline Kurdej I loved the student-athlete recruiting experience. So much that I wanted to share what it was like with the whole world. My previous blog posts shared my idea around creating an Inbox microsimulation for prospective college student-athletes,

Finding Your Voice in CapsimInbox

By Brendan Langen, Director of Product Design & Development at Capsim Over the past two years, I’ve been fortunate enough to work with hundreds of experts who want to write their own microsimulation with CapsimInbox. This puts me in a

The Science-Based Guide to Effective Teamwork (Pt. 2): Recognizing Problems & Boosting Collaboration

We’ve experienced it all as former students and current educators. Perhaps you recall problems as a team member working through classroom assignments in the past—unanswered emails from group members, lack of responsiveness leading to poor communication, and failed collaboration efforts.

The Science-Based Guide to Effective Team Projects (Pt. 1): When To Use Them and How to Build Them

Teamwork is critical to successful organizations. When done right, it boosts productivity and creativity. So it’s easy to see why collaboration is a central learning objective in higher education—we want to prepare students for success in a career after graduation.

css.php