Strategies for Implementing Gamification in Your Training

Your Training Edge

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) and gamification hit the corporate training world at roughly the same time. MOOCs started to make their way into the mainstream in 2012, and while the idea of gamification has been around for more than a century , and the value of games in learning has been recognized for several decades, it is only recent advances in technology that have made both MOOCs and gamification viable training options. In a post entitled “ MOOCs – Gamification – Mash-Up?

Digital L&D Leader on Innovating Learning Solutions for Busy Learners

Caveo Learning

Marc McConathy, Principal Program Lead in Digital Learning Innovation with Chick-fil-A is a Missourian transplanted to Georgia. Louis and Kansas City discovered his love of corporate learning mashed up with technology during 8 years at Sprint.

Strategies for Implementing Gamification in Your Training MOOCs

Your Training Edge

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) and gamification hit the corporate training world at roughly the same time. Starting mainly as a way to motivate sales teams through competition, the idea of using game mechanics has moved into many areas of the business environment, including training.

Commonly Used Training Evaluations Models: A Discussion with Dr. Will Thalheimer

Convergence Training

Convergence Training are workforce training and performance improvement experts. Online Workforce Training Courses. Mobile Training & Performance Apps. Training Evaluation Methods–An Introduction. Convergence Training: Hi there, everybody and welcome.

Digital Participation

Your Training Edge

Digital participation is also increasing awareness regarding the ethical issues, for example, young people must be prepared and trained for the growing public roles being media makers in their community. Bryant is a entrepreneur, trainer, and strategic training adviser for many organizations.

Digital Interaction Design to Tangible Interaction Design

Upside Learning

Tangible interaction designers must use traditional interaction design, engineering, computing, and robotics in a mash-up of skills and methods. The simplest program relates inputs directly to outputs (”when this lid is opened, the lights go out”).

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 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.

Blog Book Tour Recap Week Three: hectic

Kapp Notes

We did, however, have an innovative post Mark Copeman at Being Smarter who created a mash up of Skype and his video program for an interesting discussion about the book tour itself. I had hoped to catch up with Cammy when I was in Las Vegas this week for the ASTD TechKnowledge conference but, alas, we did not meet. In terms of sales, we had a great week, check out Tony's post Learning in 3D #1 Kindle Sales in Training and HR!

DevLearn 2009 – Day 2 Recap

eLearning Weekly

Google worked with David Metcalf to create a leadership training program that was a mash-up with 7-8 Google tools: Gmail, YouTube, Google Docs, Google Talk, etc. Tags: eLearning Conferences Design Development DevLearn DevLearn2009 dl09 eLearningGuild gLearning sociallearning SocialNetworks technology Tools Training Day 2 of DevLearn kicked off with a keynote from Eric Zimmerman on Serious Game Design.

Vision 2016 - An Interview with Todd Kasenberg

Raptivity

More about Todd here: [link] Below are excerpts from the interview: What are some of the key eLearning trends that you think would surface, or pick up, in 2016? We will face our crisis point, as learning developers, for mobile – we need to decide whether mobile is a legitimate channel for delivery of programs any longer than microlearning, and we need to come to grips with the role of mobile in producing job aids.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Here at ASTD.first session reviews.Ruth Clark and Tony Karrer.

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Edu-Gaming in the latest Escapist | Main | Article comparing new Mash-Up tools (Popfly, Pipes, Google) - thanks Sam Adkins » June 03, 2007 Here at ASTD.first session reviews.Ruth Clark and Tony Karrer.

Corporate Advisory Council Starts Today

Kapp Notes

Including several entrepreneurial companies started by alumni of the program. The focus of the RFP is on developing training for call center representatives. The RFP has opportunities for e-learning, hands-on instructor-led elements, social media and follow up training.

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HRExaminer

Jay Cross

He has challenged conventional wisdom about how adults learn since designing the first business degree program offered by the University of Phoenix. Cross mashes up his considerable experience in training, business consulting and web 2.0

Free L&D webinars for July 2018

Limestone Learning

This webcast will clear up some of the confusion and provide a window into how coaching can help, and explore how to build an effective coaching culture in your organization. Metrics that will evaluate program success. What about mash-ups?

ARTICULATE NON EST REX – 3 REASONS HIGHER ORDER LEARNING IS BEYOND THE MOAT

Wonderful Brain

But I wish those same qualities extended to training, for here, little was produced that could be considered responsible online education. You know, and accept training not education as your outcome. And for training, the contemporary tool of choice is Articulate. From my vantage point, training managers effective at face-to-face instruction believed they knew how to translate that form into online instruction. That’s how you get training, not education.

What Can You Expect in 2013?

CLO Magazine

Alternatives are virtual learning labs for virtual hands-on software training, 3-D virtual worlds for distance role plays and live or online simulations to model the real world. 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.

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? Informal learning will be a big topic and will become more formal Courses and Courseware are going to continue to fade Training 2007 will still have a blind spot around eLearning 2.0,

How Education Entrepreneurs Can Transcend a Crazy Busy Lifestyle with Executive Career and Mindset Coach Elizabeth Pearson

LifterLMS

Elizabeth is an executive career and mindset coach, and she’s also a program developer in the sense that she helps people move through a process. The world didn’t need some Lewis Howes, Gaby Bernstein mash-up, right? I’m never going to catch up to these people.”

Top 60 eLearning Posts for October 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

A day with Dave Snowden , October 26, 2010 Dave Snowden is a compelling storyteller, mad genius, and irascible Welshman who has pioneered the mash-up of complexity theory and management practice. The approach to strategy development depends on several factors such as your organizational structure, existing learning programs, organizational learning culture, and the value executives place on informal learning. Open up the Navigation. Training Delivery.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Jott This Blog

Learning Visions

Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. I find my best time for thinking up excellent blog entries is late at night when Im lying in bed. You can mash up audio, video, text from your phone and blast it straight to your blog (i.e.,