By Caroline Kurdej Two months after graduating from Northwestern University with a Master of Science degree in Journalism, and four months into my role as Content Strategist at Capsim, the opportunity to become an author arose. “Why don’t you write
Capsim, an online simulation and assessment software company, today announced the launch of the CapsimInbox Authoring Platform. The web-based builder gives educators a user-friendly way to create inbox microsimulations. These simulated email experiences immerse learners in real-world scenarios, measure career
It’s been a tough year. From COVID-19, to social injustice, and online classes — our environment continually changes. What’s stayed the same? Our commitment to education. The pandemic has necessitated that instructors from all over the globe learn what it
Many students find themselves in class directing blank stares at professors, wondering: How can I use this formula after graduation? Will I use this degree in real life? Before Dr. Christopher Mann joined academia, he owned a couple of businesses.
The education landscape has dramatically shifted over the years and continues to do so amid the pandemic crisis. With the introduction of new modalities, one thing remains the same: the need to deliver an engaging and relevant experience to our
We understand for many of our simulation users, team dynamics provide an essential framework for their students’ experience. As learning environments evolve, we are working to help our users navigate challenges and provide the experiential learning their courses rely on.
Online teaching expert Dr. Tawnya Means shares best practices and pitfalls to avoid when moving your course online. As a Capsim power user, she outlines how she delivers her Capsim courses virtually and spends time answering questions. Dr. Means is