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Gamification to encourage learner autonomy

Gamification to encourage learner autonomy | Online Markeing Tools- Mostly Free | Scoop.it

HabitRPG is a time and task management tool which overlays motivational elements of computer games onto managing time and tasks.

The two major motivational elements are health points, which can be used up and coins which can be earned by doing daily tasks, following good habits and doing jobs from your 'Todos' list. These coins can then used to buy rewards.

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Interesting, will have to look at this

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davidgibson's curator insight, June 7, 2013 3:23 PM

In a well-planned badge framework, these can be symbols of assessed knowledge and skills

Revamp Strategies's curator insight, December 17, 2013 11:53 AM

Can small marketing strategies make better conversions? 

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India Wants To Ban US-Based Email Systems For Government Communications Over NSA Concerns | Techdirt.com

India Wants To Ban US-Based Email Systems For Government Communications Over NSA Concerns | Techdirt.com | Online Markeing Tools- Mostly Free | Scoop.it

Back in June and July, during much more innocent times, Glyn Moody and Tim Cushing doubled up on stories about the intrusive surveillance system India had set up and commented on how the NSA must have been drooling over having that kind of capability. Now, those stories probably seem sweetly ignorant, since we know much more about what the NSA is both capable of doing and how little restraint they suffer, but the point is that India is not made up of saints when it comes to respecting the privacy of their citizens.

But, having said that, India is an incredibly important friend and ally of the United States. They're an important trading partner and a nation with aligned goals when it comes to fighting terrorism. So it may be a sign of trouble that India distrusts the American government enough to force government officials to pull their email from American-based email providers.

 

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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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