New recommended readings

Of late, I’ve been reading quite a lot, and I’m finding some very interesting books. Not all have immediate take homes, but I want to […]

Drawing on Ancient Arts and New Technology, Husson U. Launches Degree in Extended Reality [Koenig]

Drawing on Ancient Arts and New Technology, Husson U. Launches Degree in Extended Reality — from edsurge.com by Rebecca Koenig Excerpt: The origins of the experience […]

The case for model answers (and a rubric)

As I’ve been developing online workshops, I’ve been thinking more about the type of assessment I want. Previously, I made the case for gated submissions. […]

Nalukai Academy: Harvesting Hawai’s Next Generation of Leaders [Ranan]

Nalukai Academy: Harvesting Hawai’i’s Next Generation of Leaders — from gettingsmart.com by Ashley Ranan Excerpt: Nalukai’s program curriculum includes 5 areas of interest: Digital storytelling – branding […]

When Should You Use Branching Video Scenarios for eLearning? [Brandon]

When Should You Use Branching Video Scenarios for eLearning? — from learningsolutionsmag.com by Bill Brandon Excerpt: Among the many changes today in the way we […]

The ADDIE Model – An Effective Way To Develop Interactive And Engaging e-Learning Courses

The ADDIE model methodology is used for the creation of e-learning courses effectively and conveniently. This ADDIE methodology was developed in the Florida State University […]

This is The Sweet Spot Of Multisensory Information In Your Elearning | Neuroscience Pulse

Welcome to the Neuroscience of Elearning Hub — Brain sections and structures, neurons and synapses, substances, responses and resulting behavior.

CSU Resources

Here are some resources you may find helpful from the workshop. When you are in the classroom or teaching online, you may want to find […]

Resources from Training Magazine’s Training 2018 Conference and Expo

Here are the slides and some resources from my presentation Games, Gamification and Interactivity for Learning.   Here are the slides: Games, Interactivity and Gamification […]

What’s Old is New Again: Board Games & Card Games for Learning

There has been an exciting surge in board games and card games for learning. Recently, I wrote about that surge over on LinkedIn in an […]

Resources from ATD Core 4 Presentation In Philadelphia

Here are the slides and some resources related to my Core4 ATD my presentation “Thinking Like a Game Designer”.   Here are the slides: Beyond […]

Design Principles for Modern Online Learning Businesses

Design is so important to how we make emotional connections with products, brands, and pretty much anything we encounter in the world. How we interact […]

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