Experience 3D Simulations in Action
- What is SkillMill?
- How to create a more impactful learning experience by including immersive activities in your classroom.
- How 3D and virtual reality simulations can help students master skills and build more confidence when performing hands-on training methods.
- How to integrate SkillMill’s simulations into your current curriculum to easily enhance your existing program.
Educational Institutions Using Interplay See Results That Look Like These:
of students graduated with an industry-recognized certification
of students continued in their field of study or post-secondary education
increase in class enrollments since implementing Interplay’s 3D simulations
of graduates passed the National Occupational Competency Testing Institute (NOCTI) exam
“I always wanted more visuals, something I could go back to and watch 500 times until I got it. I wanted it embedded so I could share it. People learn so many ways, and you can never see something too many times, so the visual aid and interaction are great. Plus, I don’t have to take up class time to teach something that Interplay covers. I can track their assignment progress on Blackboard, saving me hours every week.”
“I like that I can teach a lesson in the classroom, or do a lab demonstration, and then assign them the corresponding Interplay course where they can see the same concepts visually, through images, videos, or diagrams. Then, they come into the shop and apply the lesson hands-on. When we put all those three things together, our retention rates are staying much higher than what I’ve seen compared to my first year teaching.”
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Frequently Asked Questions
Most Frequent Questions and Answers
Yes – We integrate with Blackboard, Canvas, Moodle and more!
Pricing can be found on our pricing page. If you are ready to teach a large number of students, we always suggest reaching out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
No. You can use our simulations via desktops/laptops, on a tablet (or with a VR headset). Simulations will not play on phones.