I learnt things the hard way and this blog is an attempt to reflect on the mistakes I made while collecting feedback for online game-based learning courses and gamified content. In my experience this holds true regardless of the type of content – gamified, storified, serious games, elearning, microlearning or nanolearning. If you are an online learning designer or just someone who is learning using online courses, I hope you add to my points and further help me and other learning designers become better.
The organizations and the L&D ecosystems, worldwide, are witnessing an unprecedented shift in operational practices. And these changes bring a host of new trends and leadership practices for leaders to adapt to, and cope up with. Let’s take a look at the top 6 for this year.
In a state of flow, you feel extremely absorbed in the activity and it makes you extremely happy. Let’s take a look at a few simple, yet powerful steps that can help you in designing self-paced gamified learning and/or team building modules.
How’s the corporate training scenario at your organization? Do you think you have hit a wall with learning and training programs already? One major reason could be that even though your organisational […]