Sea Monster Launches Old Mutual Moneyversity 2.0
For two years we have been helping Old Mutual clients make the most of their money through gamification.
For two years we have been helping Old Mutual clients make the most of their money through gamification. It’s called, Moneyversity and we have just re-launched the financial education platform with a new look website.
The new streamlined Moneyversity 2.0 interface still includes all the old course favourites, with quizzes, badges and digital certificates that have kept players engaged and motivated.
Moneyversity players now access a new look dashboard and enjoy a bunch of new animated video content, that we have added to help set players on their course to become Money Guru’s. We also have more money savvy courses planned for release before the end of the year.
Since its initial launch, Old Mutual’s Moneyversity has shown positive player adoption. Careful consideration has been given to designing the courses in a way that makes it easy for players to navigate through the challenges that the learning platform offers, as a result it’s a regular topic at Edtech forums.
Read more about Moneyversity here.
Visit the Moneyversity website.
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