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Infographics, simulations, and online courses

Infographics, simulations, and online courses
This page links to samples of interactive graphics, simulations, and other materials from many different sources. These are not examples of my work. Maybe they’ll give you ideas for your own projects. More examples: See the elearning examples category on this site. Simpler interactions Storyplanet: Big River Rising These don’t need lots of Flash wizadry. More advanced interactions Blood Typing Game from Nobelprize.org The samples below include more complex navigation or sophisticated animation.Join the Mouse Party to learn how drugs affect the brain. Choose a Different Ending from droptheweapons.org Simulations and branching scenarios For scenario design tips and more examples, see the scenarios category of this site.Connect with Haji Kamal. Vendor demonstrations Clearly Trained. Artistic and political Bear 71. More collections

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15 Business Simulation Games Could Build Hands-on Business Experience Starting and managing a business could be very challenging and risky, now you can gain a hands-on experience from the following business simulation games. Play and learn, there are several free games definitely worth your time! INNOV8 (Free) From IBM, INNOV8 2.0 Full Academic Edition is a 1-hr playable BPM Sim game running on a 3D game engine, free for Professors and IBM Customers. Over 1000 schools worldwide have downloaded the game and more than 100 universities worldwide have built custom curriculum using our serious game to help students learn about business process management and SOA.

Flipped Classroom FAQ Twelve months ago, had I asked just about anyone on my campus about the idea of the “flipped classroom,” they would have looked at me wondering what I was talking about. A lot has changed in the last year, however, thanks in large part to stories in the Chronicle of Higher Education about the flipped classroom approach and related technologies. Now I regularly have faculty members bring up the idea and ask me what I think about it. However, there are many who haven’t heard about the flipped classroom, and many who have heard about it have a particular set of misconceptions about it. I would like to address both groups in this blog post through a FAQ about the flipped classroom.

Six Famous Thought Experiments, Animated in 60 Seconds Each By Maria Popova From the fine folks at the Open University comes 60-Second Adventures in Thought, a fascinating and delightfully animated series exploring six famous thought experiments. The Paradox of the Tortoise and Achilles comes from Ancient Greece and explores motion as an illusion: The Grandfather Paradox grapples with time travel: Chinese Room comes from the work of John Searle, originally published in 1980, and deals with artificial intelligence:

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Dos and Don'ts for Leading eLearning Projects - Monarch Media Planet eLearn enewsletter article Dos and Don'ts for Leading eLearning Projects Leading eLearning course and product development is complex. 5 Easy Steps to #Gamifying #HigherEd by Justin Marquis Ph.D. It’s time to get the party started with gamification in higher education. Maybe it’s the liberating feeling of the summer, or the fact that it is the perfect time for some educators to make improvements to their curriculums. Maybe I’m just sick of waiting for the gamification movement to bloom on its own. How to Create a Rapid E-Learning Tab in PowerPoint A few years back, I was at a workshop where the PowerPoint team was showing some of the new features in the soon-to-be-released PowerPoint 2010. As they were talking about the features, one of them mentioned the ability to combine shapes to create your own. I thought it was a pretty cool feature so I asked in what tab it was, and the reply was that it wasn’t in a tab.

Student Pre-assessment Survey Supported file types: .doc/.docx, .xls/.xlsx, .ppt/.pptx, .pdf, .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .gif, .bmp Max file size: 25 MB Supported thumbnail types: .jpg/.jpeg, .png, .gif, .bmpMax upload size: 500 kB You completed:How Do I Find The Right Book? Next up: Continue » Color Preview (not actual size) What’s your business goal? If you haven’t seen the Action Mapping overview, check it out now. If you skip it, much of the blueprint won’t make sense. The strongest projects are designed to change business performance.

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