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Comment classer le jeu sérieux Classer rassure l'humain. Il lui permet de mettre dans des cases les éléments qui l'entourent. En matière de produits culturels, que ce soit cinéma, littérature ou jeu vidéo, il se sent mieux quand il peut leur attribuer des genres. Ainsi, que ce soit en ligne ou en magasin, ceux-ci proposent systématiquement des taxonomies en fonction du type. Le jeu sérieux, produit culturel et pédagogique, n'échappe pas aux besoins de la classification. Prenons, par exemple, les jeux vidéo de survie (les survivals) dont nous vous parlions il y a peu de temps. Tout sur la mécanique de jeu et l'intention Bref, si le jeu vidéo mute et transforme sans cesse sa classification, comment arriverons-nous à classifier les serious games qui sont aussi en évolution au fil du temps? Sur le site, ils analysent les titres de serious games, selon des briques de gameplay, c'est-à-dire des règles qui mènent à la victoire ou à la défaite du joueur. Une échelle qualitative? Illustration : tele52, shutterstock Références

Independent Thinking - We Do: Do You? Tim Ferriss: 7 Great Principles for Dealing with Haters Dealing with negativity online can be tough, which was why we were all ears when Tim Ferriss, author of The Four Hour Work Week, took the stage at The Next Web '10 event in Amsterdam to discuss how to learn to love haters. While Mashable recently offered you advice on how to deal with negative feedback specifically in the social media realm, Ferriss takes the concept a step further with advice on how to contend with — and benefit from — criticism across all platforms. We caught up with Ferriss backstage at the event to find out more about his seven principles for dealing with haters. Read on for some interesting ideas and let us know which work for you — as well as your own strategies — in the comments below. 1. "It's critical in social media, as in life, to have a clear objective and not to lose sight of that," Ferriss says. 2. 10% of people will find a way to take anything personally. 3. 4. "This principle goes hand-in-hand with number two," Ferriss says. 5. 6. 7.

Woman Who Fell in Fountain in YouTube Video May Sue Remember how we all laughed last Friday at the cautionary tale that was "Girl falls into fountain while texting at the Berkshire Mall"? Well, the folks at the mall where the incident occurred probably aren't laughing now, as Cathy Cruz Marrero (the fountain woman) is considering suing them. The video in question — in case you haven't seen it — is pretty self-explanatory. It features a mall security video with audio of mall employees laughing at Marrero as she texts while walking, subsequently falling into a fountain. Now, Marrero is making the news circuit rounds with a lawyer in tow, stating that she might be suing the mall. "My issue is I don't think security was professional because they didn't send anyone to check on me until 20 minutes later and I had already left," Marrero told Reading Eagle. "We are troubled by the fact that anyone at the Berkshire Mall responsible for releasing this video would find humor in an employee injured on the premises," her lawyer, James M.

5 Tips for Making Your Business Presentations More Social Every day, thousands of people are forced to sit through dull, flat PowerPoint presentations. Whether you’re presenting slides during a sales call, speaking at a conference, presenting your company to investors, or sending a presentation via e-mail to a potential client, boring your audience is hardly the goal. You want your presentation to engage people in a conversation that leads to a closed deal, a new partnership, or a round of funding. Thankfully, there are several web-based applications available today that allow you to incorporate rich media into your presentations like social features, real-time feeds, and interactive elements. 1. Even before your presentation day arrives, reach out to your audience using social media channels to get them excited about your talk. As the presenter, be sure to participate in these communities by soliciting feedback on your proposed topic and networking with key contacts ahead of your presentation. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Comment et pourquoi utiliser les réseaux sociaux en formation Quels sont les usages que les enseignants et les formateurs peuvent faire des médias et réseaux sociaux ? A quoi peuvent-ils bien servir en classe ? Voici quelques idées d’utilisation et quelques réflexions qu’elles m’inspirent. J’ai tenté de formaliser ces usages pédagogiques en réfléchissant sur ma propre expérience de formateur en la matière. J’en ai dégagé une série d’usages des réseaux sociaux qui s’appliquent à la classe ou à la salle de formation. Les usages cités ici le sont à titre d’exemple et ne prétendent pas à l’exhaustivité : ils veulent simplement rendre compte du potentiel éducatif et formateur des réseaux sociaux si on les exploite avec un peu d’imagination et d’ouverture d’esprit. (Cliquez sur l’image pour l’agrandir. Usages des réseaux sociaux en classe 1. Facebook par exemple propose des outils de création de documents en ligne ou de questionnaires à choix multiples. 1.1. 1.2. Facebook permet la création de documents en ligne dans ses groupes. 1.3. 2. 2.1. 2.1.1. 3. 4.

Critical thinking web Critical thinking is the ability to think clearly and rationally about what to do or what to believe. It includes the ability to engage in reflective and independent thinking. Someone with critical thinking skills is able to do the following : understand the logical connections between ideasidentify, construct and evaluate argumentsdetect inconsistencies and common mistakes in reasoningsolve problems systematicallyidentify the relevance and importance of ideasreflect on the justification of one's own beliefs and values Critical thinking is not a matter of accumulating information. Critical thinking should not be confused with being argumentative or being critical of other people. Some people believe that critical thinking hinders creativity because it requires following the rules of logic and rationality, but creativity might require breaking rules. Critical thinking is a domain-general thinking skill. Critical thinking is very important in the new knowledge economy.

SlideDeck | Free Slideshow Software Download, Slider jQuery SlideShow WordPress Plugin Woman Sells First Spot in iPad 2 Line For $900 College student Amanda Foote has turned the die-hard techie tradition of waiting hours, sometimes days, to be the first to purchase a new Apple product into a lucrative odd job. After nearly 41 hours of waiting in line for the iPad 2 release at Apple's flagship store in New York, she sold her number one spot for $900. Foote sat through an entire day of rain, had a stranger help himself to a box of doughnuts she was eating, and slept a total of 3 hours and 10 minutes in the time between when she got in line at 5 p.m. The buyer, app developer Hazem Sayed, says he is planning on leaving for a business trip Friday evening and wants to have an iPad 2 (which starts at $499) with him. He's not alone in paying for the cachet of being among the first to purchase apple products. In June, before the iPhone 4 launch, spots in line to buy the new phone were reportedly going for as much as $1,200. "We like the competition, the atmosphere, meeting people," Cruz says.

Making presentations that stick Almost three years agoI praised the ideas expressed in the bestselling book Made to Stick.I even featured the ideas briefly in the first book, Presentation Zen. Earlier this month Fast Company Magazine featured a 3-minute video by Made to Stick co-author Dan Heath on their website called Presentations that Stick. Watch the video below orcheckout the transcripts and resources on the Fast Company site.As you may recall from the bookMade to Stick,if you want to communicate your ideas in a way that makes an impact, then craft messages that embrace storytelling, are simple, concrete, credible, emotional, and have an element of unexpectedness. NOTE: Presentation at Apple Store in Ginza (Tokyo) this Tuesday (4-13) If you are in Tokyo this Tuesday — or know anyone who will be — please consider stopping by my free presentation which starts at 7:00pm, April 13 (Tuesday) in the Apple Store (Ginza) theatre. I am working with Apple right now to see if I can present in the London store in mid-June.

Being a DoD contractor myself, I can personally vouch for the insanity described in this article. by gawinkworth Jan 7

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