Category Archives: workshop

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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The Australasian Conference on Interactive Entertainment 2008

After a fairly intense year at work and study, it was great to have a chance to wind down a little in sunny Brisbane for the Australasian Conference on Interactive Entertainment. I’m not altogether sure what I was expecting – … Continue reading

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Second Life – Best Practices in Education conference videos

While we’re looking at Croquet here for our work in virtual worlds in learning, there is a lot happening in education in Second Life that is worth investigating. Earlier this year an extensive conference was held there called Best Practices … Continue reading

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Paper based simulation to explain blogging.

Blogging can be a very useful tool in the classroom for getting learners to express themselves, share ideas, offer each other feedback and reflect on their experiences. Subjects where learners keep a work-journal of some description (while working on a … Continue reading

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