MLevel

Learning

Giving You the Tools to Learn Better

Our focus at mLevel is equipping our players to learn in the most successful fashion, while having fun through various activities. mLevel 2.0 introduces new functionality and enhanced existing features to better suit that need. We hope you enjoy the new tools that aid you in achieving mLevel Mastery, and grasping your mission’s content. Knowledge …

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mLevel 2.0 is nearly here!

If you haven’t heard, mLevel 2.0 is planned for release in the next couple of months. With our second major release comes some exciting functionality as well as a completely new look. Our ongoing mission is to increase employee engagement in learning objectives AND improve learning and retention of your most important information – the …

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Comparing Gamification to mLevel is like Apples and Oranges

Over the last 18 months, gamification has seen a tremendous increase in usage and adoption by enterprises large and small, to address virtually any and all employee-related challenges. Many of these customers believe that they need gamification in their organizations, without truly understanding what it is and what it can accomplish. Particularly as it relates …

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The Gaming Trend: Why mLEVEL is Different

Gaming and analytics are two very hot technology topics right now. You can’t read too many articles or blogs on technology innovations and trends these days without stumbling over a discussion on how gaming is going to transform how people learn. Or how access to massive data sets and continuously evolving business intelligence tools can …

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How to assess knowledge gaps across 25,000 retail employees in less than 3 minutes

A powerful feature of mLEVEL is the ability to quickly assess knowledge across an entire organization. One of our retail customers chose mLEVEL specifically for its ability to assess what their people know – and don’t know – so that they can inform leadership about correlations between sales and product knowledge, and adjust learning programs …

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