Events and trainings also work remotely with Seppo tool
Seppo is a great tool for trainings, events and workshops or getting people to collaborate and commit.
Participating remotely to an event doesn't have to mean you stare at a computer screen whole day long trying to keep up with the discussion only to press a button every once in a while.
This is how you'll add some Seppo magic to your remote event or training:
1. Decide which part you want to gamify. You can do a pre-event game, during the event game and even an after the event game.
2. Place your topic materials on Seppo platform as game questions.
No coding, no special skills needed. Easily add your tasks links, videos, audios, pictures and text, and make the game do the lecturing part. Add some game elements like points, time pressure or code locks, and your participants will love it.
TIP: Gamify the part of your online-event, training or workshop where you want your participants' opinions or ideas, or where you want them to get active.
If you want your participants to activate before the event, do a pre-event game, and add questions where your participants can ask questions on video or audio about the topics they are interested in hearing you talk at the actual event, be it a virtual event, online training or a remote meeting.
3. Share a pin-code or QR-code to your participants through a website, email, Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams, or any other way you want.
Your players explore your game in any environment they want with their mobile phones.
If you do onsite trainings, you can place your game on a specific area, and add a floorplan of your premises, or a live map as your gameboard.
4. Players can answer your questions by creating their own videos, audios, pictures and text.
Who says online trainings should be passive and dull?
You can do a lot with a tool that enables creation, sharing and reporting. And you can do anything with a tool that does all that in an engaging way, and even makes real time feedback and following one's progress visible.
5. You monitor the game and can give real time feedback to your players through your own computer.
You can even chat and give instructions through the game chat.
Want to keep your participants alert during your game?
Fire up a flash exercise every now and then. That's a surprise exercise which your participants will have to do on the spot.
You can also use the game chat to keep your participants activated and talking to each other during the game.
6. Have a reflection discussion together after the game, and let the participants see and discuss each other's answers.
Take a teleconference through Google meets or Microsoft Teams, or any other system you are using, and share your screen to the participants. Show the game archive view where you can see everyone's answers.
TIP: Use the game archive to direct your following discussion part of the event or training.
Discussing about the played topics together will make them stick, but will also create team spirit when you also show the funnier side of the game.