eLBX Online Day 14 – Building an Advanced Game in Storyline

    When I was first planning this webinar, I was going to get into the industry thinking around games, best practices, etc. About half […]

Webinar: Analyze Your Learners With Rapid Game Development

This blog post is the answer to your prayers if you’ve been looking for: Quick and easy game development for your training program Better data […]

Supply Run: My #1GAM entry for January

I’ve been in a terrible rush these past couple of weeks, splitting my time between more Oppia projects, some side work in instructional design, some […]

#DearID: Game Makers for Learning

In this episode I talk about game makers and why they might be a good option to help you start building learning experiences. When I […]

FCC Tic-Tac-Toe

So, I had the opportunity to attend a Girl Develop It workshop on NodeJS and, when sharing my coding journey so far, I talked about […]

#DearID: Interview with EJ LeBlanc

In this episode, I interview EJ LeBlanc, ID business owner, avid experimenter, and a real model for continuing learning as an instructional designer. We talk […]

Espiritus: A Teeny, Tiny Game made using Phaser JS

Last month, in seeking to practice what I preach, I found a great horror-focused game jam from an indie game dev called The Meatly (http://jams.gamejolt.io/meatlyjam). […]

Game Jammin’: Narrative in Games

I’ve had game development on my list of things to jump in to for many months now. And I’ve noticed myself continuing to procrastinate and […]

12 Reasons Why These Learning Professionals Share Their Work

November 16th marks the second International Working Ou […]

I Tried Code School && Here’s What Happened

What is Code School?   What happened and how did I […]

Twitter Polls Are Here: 11 Questions to Ask Using Twitter Polls

Last week Twitter released the polling feature.  I thin […]

3 short stories that illustrate the 1 thing we need to start doing at conferences

Story 1 It’s 2 p.m. on a Sunday at a coffee shop […]

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