Category Archives for Gamification, Game-based learning and Game-thinking

Action Mapping Tool: Mighty Cards

Cut the fluff Cathy Moore’s action mapping is one of the most useful processes/concepts I’ve seen and used in my career. In short, it helps you get rid of boring learning because it cuts the

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Brain-Based Application Systems Training

Guess What! Test your guessabililty! Imagine you’re learning a new software application your company is rolling out. Read what you hear. Then guess what your brain is thinking… This is a brain-based

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Reflection on (micro)learning

REFLECTION ON LEARNING You may see your reflection in the Scope Creep Creek, a man-made outdoor swimming pool, any time. It has a zero entry point on one end. Don’t get fooled! If you’re not paying

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Instructional Design TIPs 2017

2017 What a year! We’ve raised 5 minute microlearnings to the heights of registered deity, explored fantastic AR/VR experiences that will revolutionize learning one day (just because we’re

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xAPI Santa: what did you learn in 2017?

The story(line) behind xAPI Santa With the holidays on the corner, I rewrapped one of last year’s xperiment (xAPI) for the Articulate eLearning Heroes challenge. In this interactive piece, you send

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Who the [Bleep] is L&D?

My book, Engage the WORL&D!, is based on a thirty-day blog-writing challenge I did last year. My daily stories were self-reflections on learning via a-ha moments. After completing the thirty-day

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Published: Engage the WORL&D!

After a year of writing (which will be a lessons-learned post itself), my book, Engage the WORL&D! is now published. What best describes the book? A whimsical, brain-picking “meme-oir”

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11 STRANGER THINGS: Moving From Face-to-Face to Online

11 STRANGER THINGS: entering the upside down WORL&D of eLearning: So, your senior leadership has decided to move an instructor-led (ILT) course to online. It will save a lot of money, it will be accessible

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Simple AR: Bring Your Static Paper Alive

AR doesn’t have to be expensive, complicated, and resource demanding. Here’s an example of how you can bring static paper alive. Not only AR can add more digital information to a static environment,

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Advanced Storyline: Selecting With a Twist

Have you ever tried painting with a twist? The other day someone posted a question on Articulate’s eLearning Heroes community: “Let’s say I have multiple items I want the user to select

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