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Design cases, pervasive and gamified learning

Reflecting on my own research in game-based learning design and my interest in pervasive learning as well as design cases, I am looking into designing a study to delve further into pervasive gaming and gamification for learning from the design, production and deployment point of views. 162 more words

Serious Games

Is Learning a Job?

By George Cognet
Department Chair, Computer Information Systems
Delaware Technical Community College
Owens Campus

I have been in the field of technology for over 33 years. 462 more words



Last year, I was lucky enough to come across an amazing game-based learning program called Kahoot! This is a free, digital website that allows you to play interactive quizzes as a class. 277 more words

Understanding The Various Aspects of Game Based Learning

Learning is a continuous process of improving existing skills and attaining new ones that enable individuals to respond to specific situations in an appropriate manner. Over the past decade or so, corporate learning has undergone significant changes, with the focus shifting from imparting knowledge to the trainees to making them more involved in the learning process. 274 more words

Tridat India

Gamerpreneur: Catching Up With Zulama’s Nikki Navta

Posted by Kathleen Costanza on July 8, 2015

Photo/Ben Filio

Welcome back to our new Q&A series, where we are checking in with Pittsburgh’s movers, shakers, thinkers, and remakers of learning throughout the city and region. 200 more words

Creativity And Innovation

Game-based Education – Highly Engaging Training and Education

Motivation is a key to successful learning. In today’s world, unfortunately children or more generally any learner requires more than just the content of the study materials to motivate them. 313 more words

Tridat India

Current state of Gamification in the LMS Market

Imagine you are looking at a pinball machine.  It is your favorite machine. You see that Steve has more points than you, but ZZERAF is just slightly below you (and you wonder who is that person?).  1,683 more words