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Games vs. Simulations: When Simulations May Be a Better Approach

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Andy Petroski

The line between games and simulations--game's less talked about cousin--is often blurred, and there are no absolutes. Use these guidelines to sort out whether a game or a simulation would be the best solution. Serious games are being used more often as a learning solut... More »

Promising Tools for HTML5 Development

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Judy Unrein

Both mature and new tools can help you deliver e-learning that works across devices--whether tablets or traditional computers. Chances are, if you design and develop e-learning, you've at least heard of HTML5 within the last year. Its taking the web world by storm and i... More »

M-Learning: The Future of Training Technology

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Julie Brink

In its purest form, mobile learning (m-learning) is micro learning: training tidbits delivered via a mobile device such as a smartphone, MP3 player, netbook, Kindle, or iPad. M-learning is also predicted to be one of the top trends in the learning field in 2011. For the... More »

Transforming Informal Learning Into a Competitive Advantage

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Julie Norquist Roy

For U.S. businesses, maintaining a competitive edge (or even just staying in business at all) is as complex as the rush of economic news stories bombarding us each day. Faced with keeping up with shorter information and product cycles, businesses require more effective,... More »

Because You Can’t Learn to Ride a Bicycle From a Book

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Clark Aldrich

Educational simulations are a broad genre of immersive learning simulations focused on increasing participants' mastery level in the real world. They differ from computer games in that their goal is not to be fun for participants (although they do engender a level of en... More »