Imagine a simple and fun process for creating a rich and interactive, student learning experience. Would you like to create and deliver state-of-the-art enquiry-based or problem-based learning scenarios/case studies to your students or clients?
The SBL Interactive (SBLi) software suite is designed to enable lecturers, teachers and others working in education and training, to easily create and deliver challenging learning scenarios on CD or online.
Universities in Australia, UK, and New Zealand are using SBLi in their courses across a multitude of subjects. For instance, an Engineers without Borders scenario is being used by engineering students throughout Australia and a Pond Water Ecology Problem Based Learning Scenario is being used at a Queensland Tertiary and Further Education college throughout a whole semester of course work equivalent to year 11.
Some examples of disciplines SBLi is being used in:
- Legal ethics
- Financial management
- Business law
- Social Work and Policy development
- Information technology
- Hospitality and Catering
- Plant Diagnostics
- Ecology and Resource Management
- Creative arts
- Finance Banking and Property
- Earth science / Geology
- Food, Nutrition and Human Health
- Genetics and genomics through on-line laboratory exercises Intellectual property
- Marine studies
- Complementary Medicine Therapeutics
- History, Philosophy, Religion & Classics
- Mental Health
- Biomedical Sciences
- Native Flora Culture
- Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies
- Social & Behavioural Sciences
- Biology and Chemical Science
- Cognitive linguistics
- Business, Economics and Law
- Quantitative Economics
Easy scenario creation
The process of creating a scenario with the SBLi Builder can be a simple and enjoyable process.
The Builder has a range of tools for adding, removing or editing the elements of your scenario - that are all only one click away.
View your changes immediately
Changes you make are instantly reflected in the visual representation of your scenario. This rapid scenario building process means you, as the author, can focus on the conceptual design of your scenario and on gathering and entering content, such as images, audio, video and other multimedia - the software does the rest.
Scenarios can be easily distributed on-line (via the server edition) or on CD along with the SBLi Player application.
Make learning and teaching fun!