TODAY'S BLOG BOOK TOUR STOP:May 24: Webinar event with Dan Bliton who challenges attendees to the game "Are you smarter than Karl Kapp". Dan Bliton will be hosting the game and conducting an interview with me on the 24th of May during BAH open webinar at 1:00 ET.
Stops for Week Six
May 21:Games Teach!Encore stop from last week.
May 22: Bruce Walsh Can video games help us learn?
May 23: Jeanne Meister Gamification: Three Ways To Use Gaming For Recruiting, Training, and Health & Wellness Great examples and a quote from the book in Forbes.com.
May 24: Webinar event with Dan Bliton who challenges attendees to the game "Are you smarter than Karl Kapp". Dan Bliton will be hosting the game and conducting an interview with me on the 24th of May during BAH open webinar at 1:00 ET.
May 25: (These two entries are not "official stops" but great reading on the subject) Julie Brink, Game-Based Learning for the Corporate World and Mark OehlertAn Amplification of the power of Game-Based Learning in the Corporate World
Plus we have added a few new tour stop dates in June, a few more interviews on the tour and an article appearing in the June issue of T&D.
Recap of Week Five
Week Five was a great week with some interesting postings about the book. Over at Designing Digitally, we had the stop: The Gamification of Learning and Instruction. John Rice, who contributed to a great deal of the thinking and ideas in chapter 7, was a stop on the tour with his post New Book The Gamification of Learning and Instruction. We had a stop with Christy Tucker who, herself, was passoinately defending games as an instructional medium in her posting Research in Gamification of Learning and Instruction. The tour also pointed to the Gamification Happenings Pinterest page which has over 82 pins and is growing.
Also, don't for get the Facebook page for the book.
And if all this has gotten you curious to read the book, you can pick up a copy at the ASTD online book store or just stop by and read the first chapter.