Archive Monthly Archives: October 2016

DevLearn Experiment: how to speak xAPI?

I have the honor┬áto “speak” (which is a word I dislike, btw) at the eLearning Guild’s DevLearn conference (Nov 16-18, Las Vegas, NV). My session is Busting the Myths Around Gamification. We’ll discuss questions like these. First of all, my argument is not to do gamification for learning. Start with Game Thinking in mind. An […]

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“How do I tell my boss that gamification is not a good idea?”

and other good questions from Learning and Development… I recently returned from Orange County, CA, where I had the pleasure to work with the ATD OC chapter on shedding some lights on Game Thinking in L&D. During the Tapas, Wine and Gamify networking event, I had an enthusiastic audience asking all kinds of questions about […]

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