A co-worker of mine put together this infographic summarizing some research and case studies for game-based learning in the corporate space. It distills some of the research Karl Kapp, Rick Blunt and others have done in the field. Worth a look!
I finally took the plunge today and decided to give Google+ a closer look. I'm interested in any discussion about how we can turn the tried and true upside down and make learning at work fun. Maybe even hit a business objective or two while we're at it.
I'm a Marketing Strategist for Bottom-Line Performance... learning design firm in Indianapolis. We primarily design custom learning solutions, but we also have a gamification engine called Knowledge Guru that we offer as a product. Fun stuff.
On a personal note, I'm a musician and songwriter. My thoughts about learning in general are shaped by my experiences learning and improving music.
Hope to see this community keep growing. Drop me a line!
(Welcome Post) Hi all. Steve Boller, Bottom-Line Performance Inc. Our company designs learning solutions for corporate clients. We frequently used game based learning and gamification in our solutions. We have also designed the Knowledge Guru learning game engine.
Our goal is to connect those interested in game based learning and continue to educate the community on best practices based on our experiences.
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