Gamification and Game-Based Learning in Employee Learning and Development: Intervention
Author : Robin J. Firestone Bio : Robin J. Firestone is an Organizational Development and Learning Professional with 20 years of experience. Her specialties are andragogy, teaching/coaching, instructional design (ADDIE), and program/process management. Robin writes L&D “How-To” guides and, in 2017, co-authored “The Killing Collective” published on Amazon. She holds an MA in Business Education from NYU and is a Six-Sigma Black Belt. ISBN : 9781631578687 Publish Date : 2017/7/11 Page Count : 8 Description :
If you want to make the paradigm shift from standard methods of teaching and testing to “learning by doing” in the corporate learning environment and make it a social, cross-functional, and cross-departmental experience, try incorporating gaming and gamification into your training plan. Whether it’s live or virtual, gaming and gamification is fun and exciting and does not require investing in any special texts or materials that will frequently require updating or replacement.
Author : Stein Smith, Sean Bio : Dr. Sean Stein Smith is an Assistant Professor at Rutgers University–Camden. He has developed and taught multiple entirely online courses, including courses in personal finance, corporate governance, ecological economics, financial accounting, and managerial accounting. In addition, Sean continuously experiments and innovates with new technology, third party resources, and LMS platforms. ISBN : 9781631579905 Publish Date : 2017/5/23 Page Count : 10 Description :
This is an overview and review of how professionals and academics can successfully leverage technology for business and instructional purposes. In addition to reviewing some high-level concepts and terminology associated with professional technology tools, a short list of questions and key topics is provided to help with implementation. Included in this assessment and review are topics such as cloud computing, mobile technology, the importance of using technology in a multigenerational workforce, and the effect of social media on technology utilization. Explaining and addressing these questions in a manner appropriate for early to midcareer professionals, this research and assessment addresses the following critical topic—how to effectively integrate and use technology for professional purposes?
Author : Carrie Foster Bio : Carrie Foster specializes in the facilitation of coaching, people management, and organization development interventions that deliver added value and a measurable ROI to bottom line performance. ISBN : 9781631578151 Publish Date : 2017/3/7 Page Count : 18 Description :
Why does Technology in Higher Education and Training matter? Distance learning and Blended Learning programmes offers an opportunity beyond that of a delivery method for transmitting module content to learners. This article positions high quality learning, teaching and learners experience as a cultivation and blend of social interactivity alongside the sharing of knowledge, feedback and experience.
Websites That Work: Build an Incredible Website by Following These Twenty-Seven Tips
Author : Winch, David Bio : David Winch started his own marketing consultancy in 2004 in London ISBN : 9781631577604 Publish Date : 2017/2/7 Page Count : 10 Description :
Most business websites are high on design, high on coding, yet low on Marketing. To be effective, a business’s website must generate more leads and enquiries more quickly, and make information available to existing clients and casual visitors. This article lifts the lid on the knowledge a business owner needs in order to make certain their designers create a highly effective website for their business.