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Gamification in Education
I wanted to discuss this infographic with you this week, which provides a fantastic overview of what gamification is all about.  'Gamifying the Classroom: 10 Inspiring Articles'. Well since then I've come across a lot more interesting bits of reading about gamification and games based learning in education. As...
10 Tips on Getting Buy-in for Games Based Learning
I was as of late engaged with a Linked-in discourse, debating "How would you position diversions for learning inside your association?" I figured I would share my contemplations on my new blog. So here goes... My ten hints: What's in a name: We don't just call them amusements, we utilize the...
Gamification World Championships
This week I thought I would bring your attention to the inaugural Gammify 2013 Gamification World Championships, which is held on October 13th in San Fransisco. Gamification continues to be big over the past couple of months on our website and this event is definitely worthy of your attention. The...
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Supports Games Based Learning
I've always been an admirer of Bill Gates. "Why? Firstly, he's a geek come good, and also to us geeks, that alone is sufficient. Secondly, and most of all, having amassed huge wealth, he's giving it away through The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. So what's this all got to do...
Games Based Healing
As you might have gathered from our website title and articles, we believe games are a terrific tool for learning and a great deal of research backs up us. But, there are also amazing ways that games are being designed and used to cure people with different disorders. I've selected...
10 Resources on Creating your Own Learning Game
I trust all of you making the most of our past post (our own one of a kind infographic: "Quick Guide to Developing a Learning Simulation"). I thought I'd line up this week by offering to you a rundown of assets to enable you to assist in planning and...
18 Games Based Learning Articles
This is a subject close to our hearts and is obviously linked to games based learning. However, it's coming at it from a very different angle. So this week I thought I would provide you with a round up of 25 more conventional games based learning posts  (and an...
E-Learning and Games in Adobe Captivate
A whole lot of the e-Learning and games I've designed have been developed in Adobe Flash. But, it's worth noting that authoring tools like Adobe Captivate can provide rapid development opportunities. With just a small amount of scripting sat beneath the bonnet, the results can be remarkable rather than...
Sugata Mitra – Four Implications for Games Based Learning
I recently listened to a Discussion by Sugata Mitra in the Education Technology Conference at Leeds. I am confident you have all encounter Sugata Mitra -- he is widely known for his Hole in the Wall experiments performed in India, which the motivated Vikas Swarup to write his debut book...

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