But I’d Never Say That! Choices for Conversation-Based Decisions in Scenarios

I’m currently working on a course designed to support sales representatives during the launch of a new product by allowing them to practice pitching, demonstrating, and fielding questions. I created a basic prototype of the course already, and now I’m working with a team to polish the content, particularly the users’ interactions with potential clients

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Reusable, Relevant Interactions for Compliance E-Learning (with less yawn!)

Compliance eLearning, defined loosely here as eLearning that covers some sort of rules or regulations, seems to have a high rate of boring PowerPoint-ism, with slide and slide of text, some standard stock photos, a next button, and not much else. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, compliance courses are often

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Flower Stand Revision – Brainstorming Underlying Themes and Goals

This post fleshes out some more ideas about Flower Stand, a short educational game about small business concepts that I’m in the process of revising. You can read an earlier post about my first iteration of the game by clicking here. I like the idea of short educational games that act as gateways into new

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