The month in Learning (Technology): March 2015

Not too much grabbing my attention this month:

  1. Dale Carnegie Training using badges
  2. “No major wear off found on engagement, motivation, concentration and learning.” – nice to see some research seemingly confirming that student response and gamification, in class, are not sure fads but offer ongoing benefits.
  3. A Checklist for Success, or nice summary of things to consider, in relation to LMS Selection in High-Consequence Industries.
  4. Must admit that I don’t think Ive read too much from Karl Kapp of late, but his summary of the current status of gamification here is good.
  5. More buys by Blackboard.
  6. More research evidence for including physical activity within and around learning events.

Author: iangardnergb

My name is Ian Gardner and I am interested in various topics that can be seen as related to learning, technology and information. To see what I am reading elsewhere, follow me on The Old Reader (I.gardner.gb) and/or Twitter (@iangardnergb).

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