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  • & Next Generation Learning Platforms

  • Mike Byrne Netex UK Country Manager

    Agenda Introductions The power of story telling Gamification and learner engagement The importance of UX design learningPlay

  • The power of story telling

    People think that stories are shaped by people. In fact its the other way around Terry Pratchett.

  • Gamification applies game-like elements to non-game situations

    Gamification and user engagement

  • Transforming a subway staircase into a set of piano keys-each step producing a musical note

    increased its use 66 percent

    26 % of people playing games are over fifty, which is an

    increase from a mere 9 % in 1999

    When player reaches the maximum prize level, dopamine is released in the same amount,

    regardless of the nature of the prize

    55% of people would work for a company that offered games as a way to increase productivity

    56 % showed no difference between games and conventional instruction.

    32 % favoured games against 5 %

    Engagement

  • The importance of UX

    People learn nothing when theyre asleep, and very little when theyre bored John Cleese.

  • learningStories

  • learningStories

  • Gamified Portal: Tech

  • Gamified Content

  • In Summary

    1. Gamification. Leaderboards, points, badges, levels 2. Storyfication 3. Create rich content without programming (interactive videos, etc) 4. Tracking reports 5. Reuse your learning objects 6. Compatible with mobile devices 7. You dont need a LMS 8. Powerful Gamification rules engine 9. Integrated with Mozilla OpenBadges