Strategies for Implementing Gamification in Your Training MOOCs

Your Training Edge

Big-named companies, such as Deloitte and IBM have successfully implemented gamification in their L&D programs, and more organizations will be giving it a try over the next few years. In a post entitled “ MOOCs – Gamification – Mash-Up?

Digital Participation

Your Training Edge

Take into an account the Digital Education Revolution (DER), which was an Australian Government funded educational reform program [6] , and aimed to invest A$2.4

Performance Support

Clark Quinn

Great post by Jay Cross that uses the history of performance support to set up the need for what Jay calls Learnscapes. Jay does speak to this in his post, but I'm not sure that the adoption of Enterprise 2.0 Jay tells us the early definition of Performance Support was: Performance Support empowered novice employees to get up to speed rapidly, to perform with a minimum of outside coaching or training, and to do the job as well or even better than experienced workers.

Aha Moments in 2007

Tony Karrer

Vision of Future of Application and eLearning Development ) I found myself no longer recommending the use of RoboInfo or other similar programs for reference materials. The Big Question is back. December Big Question - What did you learn about learning?

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LCB Question for December - Past Year, Present Challenges, Predictions

Tony Karrer

Vision of Future of Application and eLearning Development ) I found myself no longer recommending the use of RoboInfo or other similar programs for reference materials. Authoring in eLearning 2.0 / Add-ins & Mash-ups What do you see as the biggest challenges for 2007? kinds of solutions that people can adopt right now. The Learning Circuits Blog Question for December has been posted. The questions this month are: What will you remember most about 2006?

What Can You Expect in 2013?

CLO Magazine

Despite this trend, most corporations have been slow to deploy mobile learning, and even fewer consider adopting learning apps. According to a 2011 Forrester Research report, “Informal Learning Garners Acceptance as a Legitimate Learning Approach,” 76 million millennials will make up 47 percent of the 2014 workforce and will soon become middle managers.