Chicago, IL – mLevel has been selected as one of the Top 100 Finalists, out of 535 nominees, for the 14th annual Chicago Innovation Awards. The awards celebrate the most innovative new products and services in the Chicago region across all organization sizes, sectors, and industries. The winners will be announced on October 27th at Chicago’s Harris Theater.
mLevel is a casual learning forum that represents a new paradigm in enterprise training and skills mastery. mLevel offers a mobile, social, and engaging educational platform that supports the delivery of fun and effective learning activities with short bursts of training over time. It also promotes friendly competition between players to encourage replay and help drive education of topics and learning concepts.
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Global Fortune 500 companies use mLevel to make learning enjoyable and engaging, while improving their bottom-line business results. mLevel has a variety of games that touch on all facets of Bloom’s learning taxonomy to ensure that instructional designers have the tools they need to easily create and deploy a modern, blended learning program. mLevel’s most recent innovation takes learning a step further by using a sophisticated, data-driven approach to instruction. This is achieved by creating a personalized learning experience that can anticipate and dynamically adjust to a learner’s interactions based on their demonstrated level of content mastery.
As a Top 100 Finalist, mLevel is also in the running for the annual “People’s Choice Award,” selected through online balloting at www.chicagoinnovationawards.com/2015-peoples-choice-award.
“Chicago is in the midst of a monumental upsurge in innovation,” said Tom Kuczmarski, co-founder with Chicago journalist Dan Miller of the awards. “It’s inspiring to see the range of vision and the depth of talent among organizations in the Chicago area. Companies are investing in innovation and taking more risks to launch new ventures and uncover new value.”
Out of the Top 100 Finalists, the judges will select 10 winners of the Chicago Innovation Awards, as well as 10 winners of the Up-and-Comer Awards representing innovation in the start-up community, the Social Innovator Award and the Collaboration Award. The winners will be invited to ring the NASDAQ Bell in New York City, invited to separate meetings with Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Governor Bruce Rauner and Cook County President Toni Preckwinkle, and receive widespread media recognition.