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Research Article: Success factors for serious games to enhance learning: a systematic review

Recently, I was doing some work for a peer-reviewed article and came across this interesting piece. Good guildelines for creating serious learning games. Abstract: There is no doubt that an abundance of factors exists that makes learning with serious games successful. Research articles reporting on these factors, however, tend to focus on select serious game […]

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Resources from Training Magazine’s Training 2018 Conference and Expo

Here are the slides and some resources from my presentation Games, Gamification and Interactivity for Learning.   Here are the slides: Games, Interactivity and Gamification for Learning from Karl Kapp     Here’s how to make notes right in PowerPoint. Instructions on How to Take Notes Directly on a PowerPoint Slide from Karl Kapp   […]

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“Play to Learn” Book Tour has Begun (Live and Online)

So excited to be able to say that PLAY TO LEAN, the book Sharon Boller and I have been crafting, writing and assembling is finally available. The book is based on a workshop we’ve been conducting for years and combines our findings, best practices, aha moments and game design thinking insights.  We’ve put these “lessons […]

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TK Session Resources:Thinking Like a Game Designer

Here are some resources related to gamification and, more importantly, thinking like a game designer when creating instruction. Here are the slides of my keynote. TH504 – Stop Thinking Like an Instructional Designer: Start Thinking Like a Game Designer from Karl Kapp Also, many people ask me how I am able to add notes directly […]

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