December 11, 2010
Jay Cross examines decision making on learning at work, and
gives the lie to some myths about the use of business metrics. To earn a seat at the table where the business managers sit, you
must speak the language of business behave like an officer of the corporation thin...
November 09, 2010
The days of informal learning being a shadowy entity unto
itself are gone. Learning on-the-fly is now part of any
well-balanced learning intake. As the incoming tide of informal learning advances on the tiny
beach blanket of formal learning and seems likely to engulf it...
September 05, 2010
Thinking about the design elements of serious games and
simulations is not as complex as you might believe. Educational simulations are a broad genre of immersive learning
simulations focused on increasing participants mastery level in
the real world. They differ from c...
September 01, 2010
There are lots of recipes for great games. A bad cook, or just an
unlucky one, could spoil any of them, but by and large, the
successful multiplayer titles work their magic using variations on
the ten ingredients described here. 1. Self-Representation with Avatars The c...
March 14, 2010
The interactivity of simulated learning environments calls for
a new array of course facilitation skills. We all know that the most powerful and lasting learning comes from
the discovery associated with our direct experienceswhen we act
and then experience the consequen...
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