eLearning Innovation Seminar- The Presentations
September 13, 2011 2 Comments
As promised the presentations from, a very successful seminar if we do say so ourselves, are freely available.
The first presentation you see here is from Andy Hasoon, Director of Strategy for Intellego introduced the relationship between Intellego and PIXELearning. His particular focus was around sharing his vision on a digital future. Sharing the key market drivers (modern learner, content owners and employees) that are driving the changing market demands we are creating our own personalized learning ecosystem
Richard Smith, CEO of PIXELearning, gave a presentation looking more specifically at the technology platform PIXELearning have created over the years and the projects it has produced. LearningBeans PIXELearning’s in house authoring tool.
Jacqueline Cawston, Senior Business Development Manager of The Serious Games Institute. Jacqueline’s presentation highlighted the numerous styles that serious games can take, current market trends and SGI projects that are currently taking place.
Looking into the theories of learning was Aristidis Protopsaltis, Senior Researcher at The Serious Games Institute. Aristidis focused on the pedagogy of serious games, looking into the cone of learning (when we do the real thing our level of involvement that we remember peaks to 90% compared to the 10% when we read). Different means of assessment using serious games was shared with the audience, particularly looking at immediate feedback that sits within games.
Dawn Weeden gave a very insightful presentation around being a subject matter expert on a project. Included within her presentation are the top tips from her experience from an accountancy project for The Association of Accounting Technicians
Finally the presentation you have all been waiting for 😉 – Why Games Work by Helen Routledge Instructional Design Manager at PIXELearning. Helen looks at the 6 laws of learning and how to achieve the Epic Win when designing a serious game.
We hope you gain value from these presentations and a big thank you to every who turned up, contributed and shared their experiences.
Note: Some of the images you see within these presentations are sourced from the internet.