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What does SBL stand for?

SBL stands for Scenario-Based Learning

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8220;Developers will be able to choose the Storyline format for their course files and we will offer a new series of scenario-based learning courses built using the power of Storyline.
Simple, task-based instruction is being replaced by higher-order delivery means, including scenario-based learning events, simulations, and gaming.
With the increase in learning affordances provided largely by information and communication technologies, there has been a great deal of research and development in refining constructivist approaches to the design of learning environments, such as anchored instruction (Bransford, Sherwood, Hasselbring, Kinzer, & Williams, 1990), problem-based learning (Boud & Feletti, 1997; Evensen & Hmelo, 2000), situated learning (Brown, Collins, & Duguid, 1989; Herrington & Oliver, 2000) and scenario-based learning (Kindley, 2002; Wu, Huang, Chen, & Wu, 2003).
Areas for which Skillsoft is being recognized include its customized management and leadership development training programs, namely The Leadership Development Channel[TM] (LDC) video-based solutions; Leadership KnowledgeCenter, a pre-packaged learning portal; and the Business Exploration Series portal which provides learners with scenario-based learning that enables them to experience real-world situations in safe, exploratory environments.
WASHINGTON, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Global Learning Systems (GLS), a leading eLearning solutions provider of off-the-shelf and customized security and compliance training, announced the newest addition to its compliance library: the Anti-phishing Essentials Training course that incorporates scenario-based learning and gamification elements to educate employees on one of today's largest threats to information security.