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    6 reasons why you should use games in your eLearning courses

    These days many companies talk about training while playing working, so maybe you are wondering why? As it turns out, games help reinforce training in the workplace. Therefore, we consider you should know at least six reasons why you should start using games in your eLearning courses.

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    Karla Gutierrez
    Karla Gutierrez
    Karla is an Inbound Marketer @Aura Interactiva, the developers of SHIFT. ES:Karla is an Inbound Marketer @Aura Interactiva, the developers of SHIFT.

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