Gamified Storyline: All Myths Must Die (#AllMythsMustDie)

Objectives The objective of this post is three-fold (but interconnected): Expose 6 myths about gamification/game-based learning and provide some clarity around them. Introduce game-design elements used

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Realistification vs. Gamification vs. Game-based Learning

Confession. Okay, confession. “Realistification” is not a real word. Made-up word. I made it up. But so was Gamification at some point, and look how main stream it is now! In fact, it’s

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Storyline Communication with a Web Server

How to send data to a Web server? There are times when you want to send score, variables, visited pages or quiz results to a Web server. You can then store the data in a database on the server. This demo

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Voice Recognition Experiment

Speaking of multiple choice… This is really just an experiment at this point. But… What if you could SAY your answer to a question? Instead of selecting from four options? What if Storyline

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Morning Coffee: JavaScript & Storyline

UPDATE: I've updated the example with some tweaks for html5. Main change: replaced True/False with a number variable using 1/0. There's something fishy sometimes with passing True/False to JavaScript

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When I ruled the world…

Have you ever been a King? A Ruler? Tremendous responsibility. Dangerously long hours and no vaca. Good perks, though. Well, play this Demo to experience the role of a Ruler if you dare to roll the dice.  In

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June is Debunk Learning Styles Month

Small contribution to the Debunk Learning Styles Month effort… Share this:TwitterLinkedInFacebookGoogleLike this:Like Loading...

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Gamification of Breakfast

#6 is getting excited! In its simplest form, gamification is a tool that helps us survive reality. Because no matter how smart your three-old daughter is, she can be motivated. Enter the gamification

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Keep Your Head in the Game: Advanced Storyline

  Are you an advanced Articulate Storyline user?  You probably know a lot about variables, triggers and conditions. With clever combination of these elements, you can create powerful branching e-learning

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Spread the Word: Gamify is Transitive

  Gamify. Be careful with this verb. It’s transitive. Ask your L&D professional about it before it’s too late. Share this:TwitterLinkedInFacebookGoogleLike this:Like Loading...

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