How to Add Reference Materials to a Knowledge Guru Game

Knowledge Guru is specifically designed to provide you with a lot of flexibility to achieve your learning objectives. One way we offer this flexibility is through […]

How to use Automated Emails to Motivate, Remind, and Engage

Knowledge Guru administrators can choose to turn on a carefully crafted series of emails that players trigger with various in-game activities. These auto emails are […]

Reframing the capability framework

There once was a time when I didn’t respect the capability framework. I saw it as yet another example of HR fluff. You want me […]

Top five low-stakes quizzing tools for teachers

Now I know there are more than five and I rate lots of different tools that I haven’t mentioned here such as ClassKick, Quizalize, GoFormative, […]

Inspirational Quotes to Share with Students

School counselors are in the unique position to support students with issues related to both school and home life. They are trained to provide counseling […]

LMS Implementation Strategy Tip: Provide Support for the users of your new LMS

Continuing on my series of posts regarding “LMS and Elearning Implementation: Formulating a Successful Strategy”, the next phase of the process is ensuring you have […]

Hidden costs of an LMS: What to expect

No matter how people call it — dollars, pounds, yens, euros, rubles, crowns — money comes with power. That’s why everyone strives to get a […]

A bit on the side…

That got your attention, eh? ? I’m going to start this post by travelling back in time to about 20 years ago. Here, at the tender age […]

Welcome to GoReact’s Mobile App

There really is an app for everything. So if you ever need to post a GoReact video while you’re out and about, all you need […]

The Future of Learning Technology in UK Higher Education

Last year I was approached and interviewed by Microsoft. In that interview I talked about my experiences and hopes for my work, both in the […]

Bloom’s Taxonomy and Learning Games

You have a clear business problem, a related instructional goal, and a desire to incorporate learning games to help you achieve your instructional goal. But […]

Creating a Drive game for play in a language other than English

Have a Spanish-speaking audience that you want to play a Drive game? No problem. Drive games can be created in seven languages besides English: Chinese French […]

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