Latest Blogs
Follow us
Featured Article
3 Ways To Encourage Students To Talk
Published by Christopher Elce 2 days ago
Getting students to join in classroom discussions can be challenging, but MobLab can help! Check out some easy tips that will spark student engagement!
Chat box icons on top of a purple background
3 question mark ballons at the center and an alarm clock on the left
Teaching Economic Theory & The Importance of Reflection
MobLab is known for its games to help classes be more interactive, but equally important to experiential learning is reflection. Check out our tips for how to incorporate reflection for student learning with MobLab surveys.
MobLab's Competitive Market game screenshot and post game results in the center, green background
Teaching Economics Through Games With MobLab
Check out what happened when MobLab showed graduate assistants how to teach with our Competitive Market game and surveys!
Graph with a sharp spike and fall surrounded by currency and social media icons
Teaching Cryptocurrency Investing with MobLab’s Centipede Game
Talking to your students about cryptocurrency is just the start! Show them the risks of a rug pull with the MobLab Centipede game. Read this blog post to learn more!
Dotted graph increasing towards a price cap, an orange on the left of the graph, a money bag on the right of the graph, and the Online Assignment globe on the far right
New! Teaching Price Controls in Economics with MobLab Online Assignments
MobLab debuts Price Controls in Online Assignments! Using the Competitive Market game, teach how a price ceiling and a price floor impacts the market and tie this all to real world examples.
MobLab Externalities game's robot dog next to a graph with the MobLab game, survey, and copy icons
5 Useful Learning Outcomes Examples for Economics Students
Results matter! Use MobLab to help students achieve these 5 learning outcomes!
New! Public Goods Module Debuts in Online Assignments
Public Goods Online Assignment debuts on MobLab! Learn how easy it is to see if your students will choose to contribute or become a free rider in these games.
Plot graph with a bag of money on the left and a stack of coins on the right
Understanding Mergers with MobLab
How do mergers impact the stock market? Read more to see how MobLab's Asset Market game can help demonstrate potential outcomes!
MobLab survey at the center with oranges surrounding it
New! Teaching Elasticity with MobLab Online Assignments
Learning Elasticity just got more intuitive with this new Online Assignment module!
MobLab's Comparative Advantage orange and blue food trucks facing each other and dollar signs are between them, also hamburger and fries are next to the food trucks
The Costs of Doing Business
Help your students learn about opportunity costs by applying it with to their daily life decisions and in business with MobLab's Comparative Advantage game. Read on to learn more!
Laptop open with question mark, MobLab chat icons, and other activities popping out from it
MobLab Frequently Asked Questions by Instructors
MobLab is an easy-to-master, powerful tool for instructors, but questions can come up for first-time users. Here are the answers to some questions we get asked often. Check them out!
MobLab Online Assignments globe icon at the center with MobLab's game icon, oranges, and a tax icon surrounding it
New! Teaching Taxes with MobLab Online Assignment
One of the few things in life that's certain is taxes. Teach students what happens when a seller pays the taxes versus when a buyer and seller share the burden. Read on to learn more!
Boat on ocean catching fish next to MobLab Online Assignment globe icon
New! Tragedy of the Commons Debuts in Online Assignments
Easily set up the classic fishing game for your students learn Tragedy of the Commons outside of class time with this new Online Assignment module!
Robot dog making noise
When Markets Fail
Easily show students what happens when the market fails and how to correct it using a MobLab economics experiment, Externalities with Policy Intervention. Read to learn more!
A student choosing sushi for the MobLab Cobb-Douglas game
Consumer Choice: Cobb-Douglas
Help students understand the concept of maximizing utility by having them choose which combination of sushi to eat with our Consumer Choice: Cobb-Douglas game!
Seeing Double: Explore MobLab’s Double Marginalization Game
Help students understand the complexities in consumer pricing by making decisions in the supply chain in our Double Marginalization game!
MobLab's Stag Hunt matrix game at the center with MobLab's chat, survey, copy, and repeat icons around it
Game Theory Experiment Tips (Pt. 2)
Game Theory instructors gave us so many teaching tips on how they use MobLab in their classes that we had to write a second article! Check out the best practices here!
Tips for Game Theory Classes
Game Theory instructors told us how they use MobLab in their classes, and we're sharing their teaching tips in this article!
In the center, a person is making a decision on the MobLab survey. There are 4 Head or Tail coins on the right side of the survey.
Risk Preferences with MobLab Surveys
Are your students risk-averse or risk-tolerant? Use MobLab's pre-made risk preferences surveys to help students discover their risk sensitivity!