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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 »

Immersive Learning Seeks a Foothold

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Paul Harris

Low- to medium-income Americans are learning how to use credit cards responsibly from a new interactive video game created for a Boston-based not-for-profit organization called Doorway to Dreams (D2D Fund). Players of "Celebrity Calamity" earn kudos for timely payments,... More »

The Silver Lining of 2009

Paula Ketter

While most of us would like to see 2009 and the economic recession leave and never return, there is no denying that this year was a monumental year in workplace learning for technology, informal learning, and employee performance. More »

Anders Gronstedt

ASTD Staff

An interview with Anders Gronstedt, President, The Gronstedt Group Inc. Anders Gronstedt is an established management consultant and speaker whose global firm specializes in improving frontline performance through the use of customized simulations, podcasting, Second Li... More »

Accelerating Expertise With Scenario-Based Learning

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Ruth Colvin Clark

Imagine accelerating the know-how of two-year electronics technicians to the level of 10-year veterans with just 25 hours of training! It might sound too good to be true. But this is exactly what a research partnership between the U.S. Air Force and the University of Pi... More »