Innovation and Entrepreneurship/Creative Games

Creative games

1. Wisc-Online Game Builder

Wisc-Online is a digital library of Web-based learning ‎resources called "learning objects." The digital library of objects has been developed primarily ‎by faculty from the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) and produced by ‎multimedia technicians who create the learning objects. Wisc-Online offers an ever-growing ‎library of high-quality educational teaching materials free to educators.‎

Wisc-Online offers a creative tool called game builder . The users can choose from templates for many different ‎games and enter their content in a game format of their choice: Baseball, Build Your Fortune, ‎Matching, Tic-Tac-Toe, Jeopardy, Case Study, Hangman, LearningLand, Quiz, Game Show, Bingo, ‎TimeOut, Spin to Win, and Media Quiz. These online 'make your own games' are used for educating ‎students in a fun way. A free registration is needed to avail this service.‎

2. Going SOLO

Going SOLO emphasizes the whole ‎range of skills required for success. Going SOLO is a curriculum ‎designed by the University of Illinois Extension staff that includes ‎activities that encourage creative problem solving, critical thinking, ‎and communication skills. In addition to the activities, Going SOLO ‎uses an online simulation game to enhance learning.‎

3. Gamestorming

Gamestorming is a very creative blog that ‎teaches about designing games that help produce innovative, creative results in everyone’s ‎work. The blog contains archives of games and information of how to play them and also how ‎to design them to fit one’s own specific work goals. The blog also has the video reviews of the book ‘Gamestorming: A Playbook for Innovators, ‎Rulebreakers, and Changemakers’ by Dave Gray, Sunni Brown and James Macanufo.‎