DevLearn Matching Content & Strategy Presentation Resources

Here are resources describing the matching of content with the appropriate instructional strategies. Slides: DevLearn Presentation: Matching the Right Learning Content with the Right Learning Strategy from Karl Kapp Articles and Blog Entries of Interest Matching the Right Design Strategy to the Right Content Matching the Right Game Type to the Right Strategy 8 Types […]

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Gamification of Learning Lynda.com Course Released

Last summer I spent a week at Lynda.com headquarters and had a great time recording the course “The Gamification of Learning.” You can read about the experience here–My Adventure at Lynda.com. And now the course is live and being seen all over the globe (73 countries to date). Recording the course was a wonderful experience […]

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Resources from ATD Presentation in Wisconsin

Here are the resources from my presentation. Opening Slides Short Explanation of Gamification Pinterest Page on Gamification Happenings Gamification Happenings Facebook Page on Gamification of Learning and Instruction Facebook Gamification Page Polling Software Poll EveryWhere Articles Here is some information on thinking like a game designer. Improve Training: Thinking Like a Game Designer Here are […]

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DevLearn Student Docent Program

If you are a student in an instructional technology or design program, consider heading to DevLearn this month. The students at Bloomsburg University’s department of instructional technology bought hotel and airline tickets today and we are ready to go… So what is the DevLearn Student program?…I’m glad you asked. The program is basically a guided […]

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Game Element: Rewards

Rewards are an important part of game play. People do not play games just for the rewards but rewards can help with motivation, provide feedback to learners about progress and rewards are a way of being judged favorably by the game. Here is a list of common types of rewards primarily compiled by Jesse Schell, […]

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Preparing to Create SOP Training

I received an email the other day from a person who is tasked with creating a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) training for an online project management software. Additionally, one of the goals is to emphasize the importance of consistently working through the procedure and the impact it will have on the organization. The “Why” of […]

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Game Element: Maps

Understanding a large game space requires some type of visual. In most games, this visual is in the form of a map. Strategy games like Civilization V contain maps to help players continually orient themselves to where they are and where they need to go. Additionally, the map give a sense of progress and a […]

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