What’s in a Game?: Strategies for Meaningful Use of Digital Interactivity
That which we call purposeful play to support learning objectives by any other name would smell as sweet. But what is involved in developing game-based strategies? And how can you ensure that you are using games in a meaningful way?
In this interactive webinar, we will examine the relevance of engagement in web-based learning and consider game-based tenets as an approach to address learner engagement. We define meaningful games and address approaches to measure. The discussion will culminate in a proposed framework for designing engaging web-based courses that leverage techniques for digital interactivity and storytelling.
After attending the session, you will be able to:
- Interpret the relationship between engagement and digital interactivity.
- Identify the role of digital interactivity and storytelling in meaningful games.
- Utilize a framework for incorporating digital interactivity and storytelling in a game-based learning solution.
Registration opens on June 5th.
Lauren Merrild is an instructional designer with a passion for design and development of web-based training. Her interest is in incorporating innovative approaches to digital interactivity in web-based learning solutions to drive participant engagement and performance. Lauren is currently a Learning and Development Consultant for the Blue University department at Health Care Service Corporation, where she takes a lead role in the design, development, and implementation of web-based training for over 9,000 employees in the College of Service Delivery.
Nicole Buras is a scholar-practitioner and currently develops learning solutions for an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, Health Care Service Corporation. She received her doctorate in Adult and Higher Education at Northern Illinois University in 2015. Her research agenda and practitioner focuses are on innovative learning strategies in workplace learning, such as incorporating scenario-based activities and improvisational techniques to enhance experiential and collaborative learning.
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