INTERACTIVE-CONTENT LEARNING (ICL)|
These can be social interactive learning experiences where specific course content is examined.
Download all the games, an editor to build your own questions,
and a set of general business questions.
You need to make sure the VBRUN200.DLL file is always in the same file with the games.
|CLIMBING THE LADDER (1 PLAYER/TEAM/GROUP)|
This game has been used for several years with great success. The students are taken into a computer lab, told which set of questions to use and turned loose. It is a SOLO/GROUP game where each student or group of students play on one computer.
|OPENING WORLD MARKETS (4 PLAYERS/TEAMS/GROUPS)|
Divide the class up into four groups. They play on one computer with the game projected on a large screen. Each group sends a representative to the computer to make their selection. The students love this game. You can download the editor and modify the question sets or create your own questions.
|TRIP THROUGH THE LABYRNTH (1 PLAYER/TEAM/GROUP)|
This is a solo game for students to travel six times through a labyrnth from one end to the other destroying potential stopping nodes as they go. They can either play it by themselves or as a team generating collaborative answers.
|FOOTBALL GAME (1 PLAYER/TEAM/GROUP)|
Here is one more solo game for students to play a football game against the computer. They can either play it by themselves or as a team generating collaborative answers.
|HORSE RACE (4 PLAYERS/TEAMS/GROUPS)|
Divide the class into four teams and set them off on a horse race. The professor starts the game and then a representative from each team, in turn, selects a question and click an answer.
|CIRCLES (3 PLAYERS/TEAMS/GROUPS)|
This is a very simple board-type game of moving four markers to a finish line. The number of squares moved will depend on how quickly you answer the questions.
|BUILDING A BRIDGE (1 PLAYER/TEAM/GROUP)|
This is a construction project where the player/team/group answer questions and stone by stone build a bridge across one of the canals in Brugge Belgium.
|EDITOR (CREATE YOUR OWN QUESTION SET)|
Several professor wanted to use the games in their classes. To accomodate them, an editor program was created so they could utilize their own questions. You can create up to 120 questions. You need to make sure the VBRUN200.DLL file is always in the same file with this editor. If not, the editor won't run. This program will be automatically downloaded with each game.
Click on the game you want to download and 'save to disk'. A file will be created on your computer---probably your desktop.
WINZIP: If the WINZIP window opens, then click on 'Use Evaluation Version'. Then click on the EXTRACT option across the top of the window. Another window will follow where you will again click the EXTRACT button in the bottom right corner. This will be followed by a window where you will click 'YES TO ALL'. As a result of this action six files will be unzipped and placed on the desktop. The six files will be the game, the editor, a .dll file, and one sample data file: GENBUS.