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7.7.11: Gamification + Storification = Education | Adam Sodowick

We were fighting for 3 minutes of attention within the context of someone’s very busy work schedule. And no matter how relevant or contextual the content was – and they were and still are damned good – the primary activity was still viewing.


What was missing was the addition of what I now see as a very necessary and real game ‘layer’ – not just badges – into the learning mix.


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Pourquoi il est rentable d’utiliser les Réseaux Sociaux pour vendre ?

Pourquoi il est rentable d’utiliser les Réseaux Sociaux pour vendre ? | Gamification + Social Network | Scoop.it
Dans cet article nous allons revenir sur l'intérêt d'utiliser les Réseaux Sociaux pour développer son activité et sa notoriété, via la présentation...
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Mobile Games: Activism, Art and Learning

Mobile Games: Activism, Art and Learning | Gamification + Social Network | Scoop.it

A new report, The Civic Tripod for Mobile and Games: Activism, Art and Learning, was published a few weeks ago through the International Journal of Media and Learning. It was written by three PhD candidates, Susana Ruiz, Benjamin Stokes, and Jeff Watson, whom I’ve worked with closely since I came to USC three years ago. Susana and Jeff are both game designers who are completing their work through the USC Cinema School’s iMAP program, while Ben is doing his PhD in Communications through USC’s Annenberg School. Watson completed his PhD this past summer.


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Is Gaming the New Essential Literacy?

Is Gaming the New Essential Literacy? | Gamification + Social Network | Scoop.it
“When people learn to play video games,” said James Paul Gee, “they are learning a new literacy.”

This is one of the reason kids love playing them: They are learning a new interactive language that grants them access to virtual worlds that are filled with intrigue, engagement and meaningful challenges. And one that feels more congruent with the nature and trajectory of today’s world.



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