Category Archives: MOOC

Coursera Gamification course – designing a gamified system for health

So I finally got the results back for the second written assignment in the Coursera Gamification course. (10 out of 10, hooray). I thought I might just share it up here as it gives a decent indication of the kinds … Continue reading

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GamesMOOC – participant contributions (Part 2)

Continuing on with looking at the great participant contributions in the GamesMOOC: There was a great discussion (mainly) between grasshopper98 and akoutropoulos about the pros and cons of collaboration and competition in classroom games – how they can work to … Continue reading

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GamesMOOC – Participant contributions (Part 1)

I left out the wealth of participant contributions in my recent overviews of the first five weeks of GamesMOOC and I’m not entirely sure why. I suspect it was because there are so many great contributions, ideas and opportunities for … Continue reading

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Game based learning and MOOCs – some thoughts on both.

I’ve been participating in a Games-based Learning MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) for the last 3 weeks and thought that it was time to take a moment to reflect on how it is going. This is actually the third MOOC … Continue reading

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