Notes from Jesse Schell’s What Games Are Good At (Games for Change Festival)

Some definitions: Play is a manipulation that indulges curiosity A game is a problem solving activity approached playfully Instead of serious games, suggests the term transformational games, so that the focus is on how the game is changing the user. Games are bad at: Being cheap: in the short term, at least, good games are

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New eLearning Global Giveback Course: Isoniazid Preventive Therapy for the Prevention of Tuberculosis in People Living with HIV

My son, Theo, was born two weeks ago, so I won’t be at the Learning Solutions Conference this week. However, a course I developed with FHI 360 is going to be demoed there on Thursday evening as part of the third eLearning Global Giveback. This course is designed to give health care workers hands-on practice

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DevLearn 2011

Both a plethora of work-type projects and some significant (but exciting) life changes conspired to keep me busy and poof, now it’s almost November, summer is officially over, and I’ve managed to not post here for months. Oops. I’ll try to do better. Right now, I am finishing up a couple of nifty projects that I

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