LiveCase is an online experiential learning platform that uses storytelling and game mechanics.
As the story unfolds, virtual characters reveal facts, dilemmas and crisis points to which participants must respond, with consequences, earning points along the way.
What is a LiveCase?
As a learner
LiveCases are multimedia chat simulations that engage and challenge learners.
Learners don’t just read a case but live and feel the events as the protagonists of a carefully crafted dynamic journey.
Alone or in groups, remotely or in-person, LiveCases provide powerful storytelling, combining context with emotion for higher engagement and retention.
LiveCase runs on mobile, desktop and laptop devices.
As an instructor
LiveCase instructor mode provides powerful debriefs through intuitive tools to get to that teaching moment.
This is managed from a single easy to use interface that provides instant results and tracks progress, including AI/ML text analysis and an opportunity to download the data.
Instructors can preview each LiveCase in both instructor and learner mode to help decide whether to use them with learners. Use the links in the list below to view the product details for each LiveCase. From the product details click the 'View preview of instructor version' or 'View a preview of learner mode' link in the green box.
LiveCases are also accompanied by detailed teaching notes to facilitate using them with your class.
How do I buy access to use a LiveCase with my class?
We provide two options for buying access to a LiveCase for use in a class.
Add a LiveCase to a CoursePack
Your chosen LiveCase can be provided to students via a CoursePack* created on our website. From the CoursePack access is seamless for students.
*At present CoursePack Creator is only available to staff at educational organisations.
Link to a LiveCase from your course area
Buy access for your learners and add the link we provide to your course area (Virtual Learning Environment or Learning Management System) for quick and easy access.
There are currently five LiveCases available - more will be added as they are released.