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Gamification for L&D

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Game On or Game Over for Learning & Development? The challenges and opportunities of gamification for L&D.

This presentation explores the Gamification questions L&D should be asking according to GP Strategies colleague Tim Clague – and the challenges and opportunities it presents for #gamification #gamesforlearning

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Gamification for L&D

  1. 1. For Learning and Development? The Gamification Questions L&D Should be Asking
  2. 2. Says Who?…Tim Clague Lifelong Learner Gamer Film-maker StorytellerScriptwriter Follow Tim Clague on Twitter @UKscriptwriters
  3. 3. 1 – FACT: Games are often set up to make you fail! HI-SCORE 1000 1UP 3260 LIVES 0 GAME OVER! TRY AGAIN! QUESTION IS: Would you be happy with a percentage of your learners failing?
  4. 4. 2 – FACT: Games are a ‘third place’ QUESTION IS: Games take place in a unique world with its own rules. Does your learning take place in the normal world?
  5. 5. 3 – FACT: People have their work games already in place “The last one to get the rubbish in the bin, makes the tea!” QUESTION IS: With these kind of games already going on, do yours seem a little pedestrian?
  6. 6. 4–FACT:Fewplayersfinishagame START QUESTION IS: Would you be happy for learners to not do all of your course? To get the idea and move on?
  7. 7. 5–FACT:Gamesmaynotendatall QUESTION IS: How comfortable would you be with learning that doesn’t have a fixed ending or score?
  8. 8. View Full Article Are these barriers to Gamification for L&D? NO! There’s no easy way to Power Up L&D for Gamification but these are things to think about. Games really engage people. But just how a camera pointing at a book doesn’t really use the power of film making - so most people aren’t really using the full power of games. “ “ L & D

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