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Game of Random Thrones

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Welcome to Game of Random Thrones! GoT is back! In the honor of Winter coming soon, this post demonstrates how to use JavaScript to randomize your data. Business case: let’s say you have a list of character names from Game of Thrones, as well as the actor/actress who plays them. Nicely ordered, so the two […]

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The Host Has Not Yet Arrived: Multiple-Choice Sucks?

Multiple Choice Sucks I’m sure you’ve been there. Legal takes your well-crafted multiple-choice questions and adds just enough words for clarification to the correct answer to make it four lines longer than any of the distractors. Knowledge checks with four answers generally test the participant’s ability to pick their 25% chance anyway. Ideally, you would […]

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Going Blind?

How to make the most out of a conference? Have you ever been to a conference where some of the sessions were great wins, some okay impasses, while others felt like you just can’t beat the house? Odds are always against you when you go blind! Don’t go blind! Here’s my two cents how to make the […]

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Design Thinking and Augmented Reality

In my ATD Learning Technologies blog, I’ve explored how the design thinking framework helps creating the Escape the WORL&D! experience for my innogizer session at the ATD International Conference and Expo in May. The goal for the session is to encourage sharing and collaboration among participants, as well as to learn how they can design […]

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Rise Completion on Launch

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Here’s an example of hiding branches in Rise. While the solution above work, there’s a caveat: since some of the user does not see all branches, Rise will send completion to the LMS, even if you go all the way to the end. Someone asked me if it’s possible to send completion in Rise right […]

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! Prototype list: try something random!   SORTY (Sorting of Randomized Things of Yours) http://rabbitoreg.com/games/sorty/index.html Gamification Hype: http://rabbitoreg.com/games/touchxapi/ Simulation: http://rabbitoreg.com/elhdemingo/story.html eLearning Heroes Examples: https://community.articulate.com/articles/gamification-examples-elearning Song 1: http://rabbitoreg.com/guess80/song1/story.html Song 2: http://rabbitoreg.com/guess80/song2/story.html Timer: http://www.rabbitoreg.com/timerdemo/timer_1/story.html http://www.rabbitoreg.com/timerdemo/timer_2/story.html Millenial Aquarium: http://rabbitoreg.com/games/millennial_aqua/story.html Video interview: http://rabbitoreg.com/gms/zsoltinterview/story.html Pre-training example: http://www.rabbitoreg.com/2016/05/03/hook-them-javascript-and-storyline-to-engage-learners/ Voice Recognition: http://rabbitoreg.com/gms/speech_travel/story.html Negotiation skills MVP: http://rabbitoreg.com/atdtk/negotiation/story.html JUMP WARS: http://rabbitoreg.com/games/jumpwars/ PUZZLE: http://rabbitoreg.com/puzzle/ PREZY: http://www.rabbitoreg.com/prezy/ Branching in RISE: http://rabbitoreg.com/risedemo2/#/?_k=edlsdb  

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Insights ’16

A summary of insights for 2016…

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Do You Understand Learning Objectives?

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Did you just say the U-word? You can’t use UNDERSTAND, do you understand?? — Anonymous ID, Bloomed in Taxonomy, PA The story above, featuring learning objectives, is completely fictional and any resemblance to living or dead is mere coincidence. Why do we need learning objectives? Writing smart learning objectives is an art. I’ve talked to a […]

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Michael Allen: Hitchiker’s Guide to the eLearning Galaxy

“The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is a story about a race of hyper-intelligent pan-dimensional beings who built a computer named Deep Thought to calculate the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything. And the answer is: 42.” Here’s 42 deep thoughts about Michael Allen’s Guide to e-Learning (second edition): 1. […]

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How to create “fake branching” with RISE?

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First, take a look at this “fake branching” demo. The story is somewhat whimsical and it “feels like” it’s personal, as it provides choices and responses. In reality, there’s no real branching. Out-of-the-box, Articulate Rise (at least at this point) does not provide branching. You can, however, add stacked buttons as a choice to make. The […]

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