eLBX Presents – Dr. Karl Kapp

Welcome back to our video series from eLBX 2018! Today we are sharing the video of Dr. Karl Kapp’s presentation. Karl Kapp is an expert […]

Just in time for the start of term…The Guide to Simulations and Games

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LEARNNOVATORS SWEEPS LEARNX IMPACT AWARDS 2018

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The Guide to Computer Simulations and Games NOW AVAILABLE!

We have regained the rights to our 2011 book, The Guide to Computer Simulations and Games, originally published by Wiley. We are in the process […]

Gamification in Relation to User Engagement

Gamification is a relatively newer term only introduced in 2002 by Nick Pelling (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Pelling), it did not actually gain notoriety until 2010. By definition from... […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 3/19/18

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: does humor enhance learning? how NASA has and continues to use VR for training What Google […]

What’s the difference between serious games, educational games, and game-based learning? Episode 2

I recently posted a table explaining the differences between games, serious games, educational, games, GBL, etc.   I thought a concrete example might help to […]

15 Web Tools and Apps for Students to Design Games

“Games are an extraordinary way to tap into your most heroic qualities.” - Jane McGonigal Students love playing digital games and research shows that powerful learning […]

Finding meaning in life in a world without work

This article misses the point. Assuming robotics renders many jobs obsolete AND we have the means to provide a basic living wage to all, this […]

Meet Greg, the man who believes Games are the best tools to change the world and beyond

1. How did it happen? Tell us what brought you in to game development. Greg Acuna, CEO of Earthlings Infotech, Pvt. Ltd. First let me […]

Bringing the Fun to the Game by Mindy Wallis

Most people don’t enjoy the training that they’re assigned by their employers, so the L & D industry has spent a lot of time talking […]

Learning from Games – Games Beyond Stereotypes #03 Her Story

Hello there! Welcome to the third post in the series “Learning from Games”. In this series, I try to break apart some of the most […]

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