The Story of ALEX: You

We kicked off the start of September by sharing the story of PCS Spark and how we envision its impact on learners. As we move into the start of Healthcare Simulation week we wanted to also highlight our appreciation of the ALEX community.

When it came to brainstorming ideas of the story of ALEX and how it has helped its users teach, we quickly realized there was a better group of people to tell this story: YOU, the ALEX user.

So, we invite you to tell us and the simulation community how you use ALEX. What are your favorite things about ALEX? How has ALEX impacted the way you simulate? Share your story and win an ALEX PRO completely free. Don’t have room for another ALEX? Nominate a school who you think would be able to make use of ALEX and we’ll send it to them for free.

How do you win? Simply create a 2-3 minute long video sharing your story of ALEX, put it on YouTube and submit it below. We’ll take all submissions and present them at the Story of ALEX page, where anyone can share their favorite videos on LinkedIn. The creator of the video that receives the most shares will receive a completely free ALEX PRO.

We are so excited to see the stories told from our ALEX user community and can’t wait for them to be shared with the simulation community. See below for more contest entry requirements and if you have further questions reach out to Nick Stoick via email here.

The Story of ALEX: You Entry Details:

  • Video Submission of your ALEX story
  • Submission Deadline 9/30/2020
  • Contest runs through 10/31/2020
  • Video with the most social media shares wins a FREE ALEX PRO
  • Winner announced on 11/2/2020

Submit Your ALEX Story

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