ID and E-Learning Links (8/23/15)
Beyond Player Types: Kim’s Social Action Matrix
Amy Jo Kim looks at the types of players for social games and provides verbs and descriptions for each. This could be useful for thinking about games for learning and the different approaches possible (i.e., it’s not all just about badges and competition).
Tips on how to write rating scales for surveys, with examples of what not to do and how to improve them
Creating and Leading A Wildly Successful Virtual Team
PDF case study by Jennifer Hofmann at InSync Training about the benefits and challenges of leading virtual teams
The State of Authoring Tools: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going by Joe Ganci : Learning Solutions Magazine
Joe Ganci explains the history of e-learning tools from Plato to the current day.
Top 10 Apps for Scheduling a Meeting Online – ReadWrite
Scheduling tools to avoid the endless email threads asking everyone what time works best
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Christy, thanks for a set of links, always find them useful 😉 Love the first one article concerning the types of players. Definitely the matrix comes in handy when implementing gamification elements in eLearning.