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Shout Out: Ryan Reilly

Ryan recently graduated from the Instructional Technology program at Bloomsburg University where I had the pleasure of having him as a student. While at Bloomsburg, he created a neat game to help kids learn the capitals of the United States. The game was great but had one or two gliches. When he graduated he said […]

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Gadgets, Games and Gizmos: Hidden Agenda Games

Most of the time a Hidden Agenda is a bad thing. In this case, however, it is a good thing. Enter Hidden Agenda Games. This is an organization that encourages, through contests, the creation of games to help middle school kids (like my oldest son) learn difficult subjects that might not always “stick.” The Liemandts […]

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Gadgets, Games and Gizmos: Learning about Avatars

Here is a great article from the eLearning Guild on avatars. If you are not familiar with the potential of avatars for e-learning check out this article by Raj Sheth titled Avatar Technology: Giving a Face to the e-Learning Interface. The article does a great job of defining avatars and describing the different types of […]

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