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We know that adding games or gamification to a learning experience helps the learner build knowledge and more importantly confidence, yet many organizations don’t know where to start. They don't think they can use games in their learning experiences because they are expensive and take too long to build. Learning professionals can develop a gamification culture in their organization by understanding the difference between games, gamification, serious games, and simulations.
- Understand the difference between games, gamification, serious games, and simulations.
- Recognize the process for selecting content and implement gaming into a learning experience.
- Identify gaming techniques and how they related to traditional learning topics.
Who Should Attend
Learning leaders will want to gain an understanding of how to implement a gaming skill set in their team.
Learning designers and developer who want to identify opportunities and create games where they can be used to improve performance.
- 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM: Registration, Light Buffet-style dinner, Networking
- 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM: Program
Registration begins on May 9th.
||Early Bird - On or before June 2nd
||June 3rd and Beyond
|Board Member & Special Guest
Stephanie Daul is a learning consultant who uses a variety of learning technologies and techniques to designs performance-improvement solutions. As a consultant with global Fortune 500 organization in the medical, software development, retail, and food service industries she creates virtual synchronous and asynchronous learning experiences specializing in elearning solutions. Stephanie has designed and implemented over a dozen gamified learning experiences. She is the author of Game Design for Learning a TD at Work publication and speaks to local, national and international audiences. She holds a MA from Roosevelt University in training and development and a BA from Northern Illinois University.
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