Escape Rooms as an Innovative Tool for Workplace Training

School of Business and Law
Dr. Geoffrey Chapman


Escape Rooms have become a popular recreational activity, but research examining their potential in education and training is only beginning to emerge. This project could explore several research branches, but of primary interest is how Escape Rooms can be utilised as tools for workplace training in communication and teamwork. Qualitative research techniques are likely to be most useful in exploring this area, but there is scope for quantitative analyses.

Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
Training and Development, Communication, Game-based learning
Adelaide| Brisbane| Bundaberg| By Negotiation| Cairns| Emerald| Gladstone| Mackay| Melbourne| Offshore| Online| Perth| Rockhampton| Sydney| Townsville

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