One of the beauties of using Gnowbe as an authoring tool is that you can embed different types of multimedia content and web-based resources in your programs. Most curators will be familiar with using the Weblink action to share interesting articles and videos:
Kahoot! is an online game-based learning platform that makes it easy to create, share and play learning games or trivia quizzes. For curators using Gnowbe in a synchronous setting (e.g., virtual seminars, online meetings, training workshops, etc.), you may consider hosting live quizzes using Kahoot! to drive audience participation and engagement. You can embed these quizzes in your Gnowbe programs to engage learners directly on our platform - learn how here!
If there are PDF files that you would like learners to go through as part of their learning journey, we’ve got a nifty trick for you. Upload your PDF file to Gnowbe’s Resources feature, copy and paste the file’s resource link into our Weblink action to see it fully displayed within the platform. Learn more about using our Resources feature here!
Got a deck of slides you want to show your learners? Easy! Upload your presentation to web-based slide hosting sites like Slideshare and Prezi and pop the presentation’s embed link into our Weblink action to share it directly on Gnowbe!
There are plenty of simple browser-based games that you can embed in Gnowbe to spice up your programs. These embeddable games are usually made in HTML5 and will run well in any web browser.
Check out these websites for some free embeddable browser games. Trust me, they're pretty sweet!