Kapp Notes

Kapp Notes discusses issues concerning learning, e-learning and transferring knowledge through both technology and non-technology based strategies. Primarily the blog provides information on games, simulations and gamification for learning. The goal is to share information and knowledge to create a better understanding of learning design and help other to create better learning experiences.

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Posts by Kapp Notes

Book Writing Tips

Recently a number of great folks I know in the L&D field have indicated they are working on a book. Writing a book is a […]

Conversation with Kevin Kruse–Best Selling Author

I’ve known Kevin Kruse for many years. He and I met at a meeting of the Society for Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Trainers (now L-TEN) over […]

ELO Conference Resources

Here are resources for the March 7th workshop. We’ll cover a variety of products in our Maker Faire. Some of these slideshows will change slightly […]

“Play to Learn” Book Tour has Begun (Live and Online)

Creating a Learning Game with “Play to Learn” So excited to be able to say that PLAY TO LEAN, the book Sharon Boller and I […]

Is eLearning Dead? Is Instructional Design Dying with It?

Death of Self-Pace eLearning In a report published in August 2016 by Sam Adkins of Ambient Insight a declaration is made that self-paced eLearning is […]

Struggling = Learning

The other day, an online colleague of mine, Peter G. Shea, introduced me to the term “disfluent” from the book Smarter, Faster, Better by Charles […]

A Conversation with Yury Uskov of iSpring

The other day I had an opportunity to ask Yury Uskov of iSpring a few questions about his company and the future of eLearning.  Yury […]

TK Session Resources:Thinking Like a Game Designer

Here are some resources related to gamification and, more importantly, thinking like a game designer when creating instruction. Here are the slides of my keynote. […]

Answering #Gamification Questions from a 7th Grade Student-Part 1

The other day I received a very nice email from a 7th grade student in a high school is California. She wanted to know if […]

Answering #Gamification Questions from a 7th Grade Student-Part 2

Here is part two of the questions about gamification from a 7th grade in a California school. You can see part one of the question […]

Principles for Creating a Successful Virtual Reality Learning Experience

In a recent article 3 Instructional Design Strategies For Virtual Reality Learning, I discussed three (among many) instructional design strategies for VR:  Conceptual Orienteering, Critical […]

2016 Reflections on Games and Gamification for Learning

In my work with games and gamification I have the opportunity to travel around the globe talking to folks who are working on various aspects […]

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