We used a Bound to conduct a quiz on an iPad at last years general assembly. Our shareholders really liked it.
We’ve also used Actionbound to create activities for a number of our team events. Actionbound enabled us to give every team a different task, which they had to carry out as quickly and as well as they could. Using Bounds means we don’t have to lug around a bunch of paper anymore, and we can present the task attractively and use pictures to make them more interesting. The Bounds immediately create a feeling of camaraderie and help build team spirit.
We use Actionbound for courses on a variety of digital themes geared towards our main demographic, the 55+ crowd. It allows us to conduct exercises with step-by-step instructions in groups of two, so that the participants can proceed at their own pace. Our users really like doing it this way. Our participants really enjoy learning new things using the Bounds. The Bounds are definitely fun and exciting.
Use media and be active? Use media and create media at the same time– and in a group, not on your own? Can it be done?
The cliched picture of young people using media looks different: faces lit by computer monitors locked up in their rooms for hours at a time.
Actionbound swept us away with their media-pedagogical approach– the possibilities of digital scavenger hunts are numerous, and not only for young users. The many Bounds that have been created by diverse users testify this. Ranging from birthday Bounds, to class trips to Berlin, to institutions that want to introduce their buildings, you’ll find a huge range of projects.
The jury awards the special prize for exemplary media pedagogical work with relevance for educational politics to Actionbound. It is a wonderful tool for youth outreach programs in concrete social environments and can be employed in inclusive pedagogical settings.
The product has enormous potential for continued development. The digita jury hopes that it will be used in the most diverse ways possible in varying circles! We would like to congratulate the Simon Zwick and Jonathan Rauprich Company on their 2016 digita prize.