Authoring Platform Update 1.7: Text Responses

March 24, 2021 The past month has led to some updates in CapsimInbox Authoring Platform’s function and quality of life, including one of our most requested features.  Text Responses Authors now can utilize open text fields as a response option

From “Textbook Traditionalist” to Simulation Author

Although Dr. David McCalman is a long-time user of simulations and a believer in experiential learning, he still considers himself a traditionalist.  “I’m a traditionalist too, by the way. I always use a textbook,” Dr. McCalman, Assistant Professor of Management

Registration is Open for the Spring 2021 Capsim Challenge: a Global Student Competition

Registration is now open for the 2021 Spring Capsim Challenge! Your students have until April 9th to reserve their spot. What is the Capsim Challenge? In case you’re unfamiliar with the Capsim Challenge, it’s a free, global competition pitting Capstone

The 7 Steps an L&D Professional Uses in his Marathon Training–and to Develop World-Class Business Leaders

Jim Caruso has run five marathons—his fastest finish was in three hours, 11 minutes. That’s a seven-minute, fifteen-second average pace per mile, for 26.2 miles.   That’s nearly as impressive as impacting over 10,000 individuals in 15 countries on five continents

March’s Pilot Pass: “Sort of like a flight simulator, where you’re in the cockpit.”

This March, give your students the chance to put their HR skills to the test by piloting CapsimInbox: Human Resources. Dr. Robert Portnoy–Human Resource Management Professor at Washington University in St. Louis–built the immersive microsimulation by recreating moments from his

Rapunzl Investments & Capsim Team Up to Open Doors to the World of Finance for Students Who Didn’t Know the World Existed

After dropping out of school in fifth grade, Destiny Davis couldn’t have imagined winning a scholarship competition centered around financial literacy. She taught herself for four years before entering high school as a freshman. When she entered a virtual competition

She Can and She Will: How a Sophomore High School Student REACH(es) for Success

By Caroline Kurdej “Can you interview me for your blog?” Jackie asked. For my master thesis at Northwestern, I wrote stories on Olympians who were adapting their training and postponing their lives for another year. Tokyo 2020 dreams are on

February’s Pilot Pass Jets Students off to Navigate Cultural Diversity in a Business Context

As companies continue to become more global, interacting with a diverse group of people becomes inevitable.  This February, CapsimInbox Pilot Pass users can give their students the chance to put their cultural awareness to the test with CapsimInbox: Cultural Awareness,

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