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Integrating Gaming and e-Learning Design Part I of 3: An ID-Based Model

Games Are Trending

“Award badges.”

“Make people really think through decisions.”

“Make it fun, like Angry Birds.”

Instructional designers now hear these gamifying requests from trend-savvy stakeholders who want to harness the power of games. Why badges? They’re not sure. What will an Angry Birds approach accomplish? Don’t know. Maybe more fun?

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Six Conversation Examples & Questions For Selling Performance-changing Learning

By Gerald Matykowski, Inside Sales Manager

This is a very pragmatic discussion about a very difficult challenge. In a previous Allen Leadership Blog, You say Quantitative – I Say Qualitative: Whose ROI is this Anyway?, and webinar, Seal the Deal! Getting Executive Buy-In for Your E-Learning Needs, we provide perspectives to help instructional designers, developers, and learning practitioners influence their managers, directors, and CLOs about making forward strides in implementing effective e-learning design practices and performance-changing learning.

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10 Blogs for Working With SMEs To Create Performance-Changing e-Learning

by Nicole Mellas, Instructional Designer

 On Wednesday, June 24th, I’ll be presenting a complimentary 30-minute webinar on 3 Strategies For IDs to Get More out of SME Interviews. In it, I’ll be offering some more in-depth tips and tricks to get you off on the right foot when you’re drafting those learner-centric scenarios when building performance-based learning. In the meantime, here are my picks for getting the most out of your SME relationships throughout the design process. 

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