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March 14, 2014 | Rosemary A. Rocchio

PROPOSE A SESSION TODAY !

Program areas include Modern Web, Interoperability,

Data Collection & Gamification

The 2014 MMWCON Proposal Deadline is March 31st!

 

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March 14, 2014 | AJ Kelton
The revised version of ELI's 7 Things on Games and Learning has been published! \o/ YAY


There are a number of people who need to be thanked.  First and foremost is Malcolm Brown, Director of ELI, who agreed to let the G&L CG provide feedback and input on the revision.  Greg Dobbin, Senior Editor at ELI, was also instrumental in shepherding this through.  Everyone else at ELI who had a hand in this, great thanks.

On the Games & Learning CG side, amazing thanks go to CG Co-leader Chris Stubbs and our 2014 on-site meeting host Libby Evans, who both played very active roles in this.

Finally, I'd like to thank the following folks who played a role in the revision process via the google doc shared with this group:  ...
March 6, 2014 | Apostolos Koutropoulos
Hi Everyone,

I thought some in this group in the New England area might be interested in attending the 2014 Instructional Design Symposium

What is the current state of Instructional Design? What does the future hold for the field of instructional design and instructional designers? What are the differences in field when one takes into account the many varying facets of our profession, which include higher education, corporate, and non-profit? The symposium will present instructional explore the various methodologies and tools available to instructional designs and the impact of Mobile and Open demands. This symposium will have presentations from subject experts, however participants/attendees of the symposium will be asked to bring their questions, and be prepared to work collaboratively to hash out some of these issues. The culmination of this group brainstorming session will be an open discussion on instructional design...
March 5, 2014 | AJ Kelton
This just completed, but since it was done using Google Hangout OnAir, you can watch it at

If that link doesn't work, let me know.

aj


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Montclair State University

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February 21, 2014 | AJ Kelton
http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/making-adventure-games-in-the-classroom/55535



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College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Montclair State University

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Emerging Learning Design 2014
Twitter: @ELDConf
Hashtag: #ELD14

Journal of Emerging Learning Design...
February 21, 2014 | Listserv Anonymous User
Message from ajk407@nyu.edu

Just got this ... the early bird pricing ends today.  :-(  Sorry for the late notice, but, like I said, I just got this a few minutes ago.  I know people who have both participated and helped to organize, and they always say good things.

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This year, the Games for Change Festival joins the Tribeca Film Festival and returns to NYU Skirball Center with inspiring speakers, great games, and exciting new events for our 11th year.. (Plus our best student ticket pricing yet!)

The Games for Change Festival (http://bit.ly/G4C14; April 22-24 & 26) is the largest gaming event in...
February 21, 2014 | AJ Kelton
I'll admit, up front, that I've not read this. I'm just tossing it out there because the title caught my eye as it came over the transom.




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Director of Emerging & Instructional Technology
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Montclair State University

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February 21, 2014 | AJ Kelton
Thought this might be of interest....

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From: New Media Consortium <communications@nmc.org>
Date: Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 5:51 PM
Subject: Register for NMC On the Horizon > Games and Gamification
To: keltona@mail.montclair.edu


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February 17, 2014 | AJ Kelton
The #ELD14 Program Committee has now caught up with the many wonderful submissions we received and the call for proposals for #ELD14 will officially close for NEW submissions on Friday, February 14th. http://eld.montclair.edu/eld14-call-for-proposals/ If you have previously submitted something and are in the process of revising it, please continue that process.  The C4P will close on Wednesday ONLY to NEW proposals.  But if you are revising something, please do not wait very long as revised submissions will only be accepted until the program is full. If you have any questions, please email them to eld@mail.montclair.edu. p.s. - as a reminder, registration is currently open with rates starting at only $95, but there are only a limited number of registrations left at that price....
February 5, 2014 | AJ Kelton
At the ELI Annual Meeting and just heard the team "gamefull teaching". - Tied to somethign Barry Fishman is doing at U of Michigan.

Have not had a chance to check it out, but here is a PDF I found on Google


Thoughts? Ideas? Additional Information?

aj




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The week of February 3rd I'll be at the ELI Annual Meeting and will have limited time to respond to email.  Please forgive any delay in response.

pssst - the #ELD14 conference is still working on all the submissions it received close to the 1/26 deadline, and the online...
January 31, 2014 | AJ Kelton
First the other article they posted, and now this.


Guess we take the good with the bad.

:-)

aj




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The week of February 3rd I'll be at the ELI Annual Meeting and will have limited time to respond to email.  Please forgive any delay in response.

pssst - the #ELD14 conference is still working on all the submissions it received close to the 1/26 deadline, and the online submission form is still open.  There's still time to submit, but it won't last long.

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January 28, 2014 | AJ Kelton
I've not read this article yet, but it's always good to be in the Chronicle.


aj



pssst - the #ELD14 conference is still working on all the submissions it received close to the 1/26 deadline, and the online submission form is still open.  There's still time to submit, but it won't last long.
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Montclair State University

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January 24, 2014 | AJ Kelton
[please excuse cross-posting]

The Call for Proposals for the 2014 Emerging Learning Design Conference are about to close, this Sunday, January 26th.  


It is not too late to begin thinking about submitting something. #ELD14 is using a revise and resubmit process, similar to what journals use.  So a submission that comes in on the 26th will be reviewed by our program committee and accepted or returned with comments, which will give the submitter an opportunity to resubmit, even though the initial submission date has passed.

Please consider putting together a proposal.

Also, as a reminder, registration is currently open and the Early Bird rate is still available, but there are only 22 seats left at the...
January 21, 2014 | AJ Kelton
Is anyone else on this list going to the ELI Annual Meeting in New Orleans from February 3-5?

aj



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Director of Emerging & Instructional Technology
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Montclair State University

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Emerging Learning Design 2014
Twitter: @ELDConf
Hashtag: #ELD14

Journal of Emerging Learning Design

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January 21, 2014 | AJ Kelton
Hello everyone,

With the ELI 7 Things update well in process, we can focus our attention to the wiki that many of you have asked for.  The intent of the wiki is to be a shared space where resources on games and education can get put.

If you have any resources, please share them.  These include articles, blogs, videos, anything that has to do with games and education or gamification.

The wiki URL is http://www.educause.edu/wiki/games-and-learning and anyone with an EDUCAUSE profile (which costs nothing to set up if you don't have one) should be able to edit it.

Let's work to create a valuable resource not just for ourselves but for our colleagues.

best,
aj



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January 10, 2014 | Chris Stubbs
Morning All - 

A contest (with prizes!) from the fine folks at Educause. Not a bad deal at all. Should any of you decide to submit, we'd love it if you would be willing to share your video with this group as well. Always great to hear what folks are working on.

Best,
- Chris

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New this year at the Annual Meeting is the ELI Horizon Report Video Competition! We are asking for participants to submit a short (1-2 minute) *informal* video on a project involving one of the six 2014 Horizon Report technologies in the area of teaching and learning. Deadline is January 21st; three prizes will be awarded, each a $500 value.


-- Flipped Classroom
-- Learning Analytics
-- 3D Printing
-- Games and Gamification
-- Quantified Self
-- Virtual Assistants

All submissions meeting the criteria will be...
January 7, 2014 | Chris Stubbs
Morning All - 

Veronica Diaz asked if we would share this out to the CG. 

Best,
- Chris


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Greetings and happy new year from ELI!

The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative will be exploring the topic of faculty development throughout 2014 and so we are looking for projects and initiatives that are exploring innovations, implementing effective and successful practices, and are actively rethinking approaches to faculty development. What we discover will be used in a series of 2014 events and publications to assist the teaching and learning community innovative productively in this area.

Please share with us any innovative program, project, or initiative in faculty development in this short form (...
November 27, 2013 | AJ Kelton
Passing along from another listserve

The International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations (http://www.igi-global.com/ijgcms) announces a call for papers for a special issue dedicated to the topic of Transmedia and Games guest edited by Dr. Karen Schrier (Marist College, New York).

In this special issue of IJGCMS, we invite submissions that help us grapple with the relationship between transmedia and games. Transmedia means “across media,” (Jenkins, 2011), so it could refer to storytelling across media, or playing, writing, branding, learning, selling, creating and thinking across media, as well. Perspectives from a variety of fields—including education, design, computer science, advertising, communication, media studies,...
November 27, 2013 | AJ Kelton
Two action items discussed at this year's annual conference were:
  • the creation of a wiki for anyone to link to resources for games and learning
  • a discussion about providing input on an updated version of ELI's 7 Things... article on games and learning.
I've posted previously about the wiki, and copied the information below.  It only takes a few minutes to add your input and if we all adding one thing, we'd be starting off with over 250 resources.

I'm also thrilled to announce the the amazing folks over at ELI have been working with me, Chris, and Libby to figure out how to let the community provide input on an updated version of their 2011 piece on "gamification".

Please find below a link to a shared Google Doc that is open for the community to edit.  At the start of the document, ELI has posted some suggested ways of contributing.  
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November 26, 2013 | Mark J.W. Lee
Dear colleagues, Some of you may be interested in the following articles, which appear in the current issue of the MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching (JOLT): Vogel-Walcutt, J. J., Del Giudice, K., Fiorella, L., & Nicholson, D. (2013). Using a video game as an advance organizer: Effects on development of procedural and conceptual knowledge, cognitive load, and casual adoption. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 9(3), 376–392. Soto, V. J. (2013). Which instructional design models are educators using to design virtual world instruction? MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 9(3), 364–375. HTML and PDF versions of these articles can be downloaded from the JOLT website at http://jolt.merlot.org/ . You may also be interested to know that the previous issue of JOLT (Vol. 9, No. 2 - June 2013) was a themed special issue on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), guest...
January 7, 2013 | Apostolos Koutropoulos
Happy New Year everyone!

The 2nd annual LMS unconference (a NERCOMP SIG*, an unSIG) will be held on January 25, 2013 at the Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center in Southbridge, MA. This is a unique opportunity to approach LMS issues in a platform neutral environment, sharing and learning strategies for system assessment, implementation, training, design and support in all relevant areas of the campus.

The unSIG format empowers participants to craft the conference program and provides opportunities for them to become the presenters. Participants, rather than event organizers, determine the topics covered in session tracks. This means that the agenda is not predetermined months in advance, but instead will include the issues and concerns that are most significant to attendees on the day of the conference.

Along with standard LMS issues such as adoption, implementation and...
October 24, 2012 | AJ Kelton
Hi all,

I'm wondering how many people on this list are planning on attending the Games and Learning Discussion session at the Annual Conference?  Our meeting is set for Thursday, November 8th at 8am Denver Time (Mountain Time) in Meeting Room 405/406.

If you are NOT attending is there any interest in participating via a liveblog/twitter # chat/Google Hangout/Anymeeting? - it would mean being able to be online simultaneous to the meeting.

If you know anyone who is interesting in Games and Learning, please share this note with them or direct them to http://www.educause.edu/discuss/teaching-and-learning/games-and-learning-constituent-group to join the group.

best,
aj



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October 21, 2013 | Elizabeth A. Evans

I thought our discussion at EDUCAUSE was fruitful and useful. Thanks to all of you who attended.

 

AJ and Chris, We missed having you there!

 

Someone took notes for us. (Thank you especially!) I’m looking forward to getting those to pass on to AJ and Chris. (Don’t worry about editing. Whatever you have will be fine!) Notes from others would be appreciated, too, of course. J

 

I hope we will continue our discussion on the list and in some of the other ways suggested during our EDUCAUSE meeting…

 

** Libby

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Elizabeth A. Evans

Duke Digital Initiative

 

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November 27, 2013 | AJ Kelton
Two action items discussed at this year's annual conference were:
  • the creation of a wiki for anyone to link to resources for games and learning
  • a discussion about providing input on an updated version of ELI's 7 Things... article on games and learning.
I've posted previously about the wiki, and copied the information below.  It only takes a few minutes to add your input and if we all adding one thing, we'd be starting off with over 250 resources.

I'm also thrilled to announce the the amazing folks over at ELI have been working with me, Chris, and Libby to figure out how to let the community provide input on an updated version of their 2011 piece on "gamification".

Please find below a link to a shared Google Doc that is open for the community to edit.  At the start of the document, ELI has posted some suggested ways of contributing.  
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January 6, 2013 | AJ Kelton
Thought some of you might find this of interest.

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College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Montclair State University

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August 12, 2013 | AJ Kelton
Hey everyone, hope your summer (or winter) is going well.

It's that time of year again - when Chris and I get busy planning the Games & Learning (G&L) Constituent Group (CG) meeting at the Annual Conference.  
Put the date aside - we'll be meeting from 2:40pm to 3:30pm Pacific Time on Thursday, October 17th.


A few questions - and I'd love to get as many of you to respond as possible:
  1. Will you be attending the 2013 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference in Anaheim?  Yes / No / Not Sure / Maybe
  2. Will you be attending the G&L CG annual meeting on the 17th?  Yes / No / Not Sure / Maybe
  3. Whether you are attending or not, what topics or issues would you like to...
April 10, 2013 | AJ Kelton
Greetings, all.  Its time to start planning the Games & Learning Constituent Group's second Google Hangout.

Our special guest this time will be Paula Ascher.  Paula is the Distance Learning and Instructional Technology Coordinator at Columbia Gorge Community College is Hood River, Oregon.  She is working on a very interesting project and we (Paula, Chris, and I) agreed that the G&L CG could benefit from a discussion about it.  Paula is working to put together a rubric, in the style of the Quality Matters rubric, that would review (and evaluate?) the important aspects and elements of game mechanics, with regard to teaching and learning.

We'll start off with a conversation about rubrics, educational games and gaming, as well as, I'm sure, other things.  At a given point we'll move on to look at the rubric Paula is working on, in its current state, and suggest additions, revisions,...
November 27, 2011 | AJ Kelton
Hello all, hope you had an awesome Thanksgiving (for those of you who are in the US) and an awesome Thursday (for those who are not).  :-)

I'm doing my doctoral work at NYU and taking an amazing class called Narrative, Digital Media, and Learning.  We spent some time looking at theories as they relate to narrative (situated cognition, narrative psychology, schema theory, etc.), have looked at tools to create narrative in learning (Chatmapper, Scratch, Xtranormal, SecondLife, etc...) and are now looking at pedagogical models, such as anchored instruction, problem-based learning, digital storytelling, and....wait for it....game-based learning.

So...I'm interested in hearing what this group thinks of games for learning as a narrative pedagogical model.

:-)

aj



p.s. - if you're interested in reading my rantings from...
October 1, 2013 | AJ Kelton
As many of you may know or remember, I am unable to attend the annual conference this year in Anaheim.  Chris, our co-leader, was to lead the meeting on-site and I was planning on coming in remotely.

As life sometimes goes, Chris will also not be able to attend the annual conference this year.

This means that we are in need of someone, or even two people, who are willing to stand in for us on-site.  What time means is that you'll have to provide a computer of some kind that can run Google Hangout, that you'll need to "join" the hangout that I'll initiate (this is how Chris and I, and possible 8 others, will join in), and you'll need to "herd the cats" at the meeting - meaning, get thigns started, moderate folks as they want to speak or have questions, and also (and VERY importantly) make sure EVERYONE who comes in signs in.  Although we are not evaluated on the number of people who...
May 22, 2012 | Listserv Anonymous User
Message from lavinmh@cofc.edu

Hello- I'm doing a brief (less than 15 minutes) hands on presentation on gaming. Can anyone recommend any educational games that are engaging and attention-grabbing? Maybe some games that folks can demo? I'll have a variety of laptops and iPads set up. Any ideas would be appreciated! Monica Monica Lavin Director __________________ Teaching, Learning & Technology College of Charleston Charleston, SC 29424 http://blogs.cofc.edu/tlt | @TLTcofc ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
November 14, 2011 | Linda D. Feeney

Chris,

 

Thanks for getting the ball rolling on this discussion.

 

I am currently trying to get funding for a large scale ARG at my institution. It is a struggle. As soon as the word “game” is uttered, it seems like attention becomes focused elsewhere. I am currently working on, brief, snappy video presentation to highlight learning and assessment factors that can easily be built into games. I have champions on the faculty, but I would really like to find heavy hitter on the administrative side.

 

Linda D. Feeney, Ed.D.

Director of Computer Services

The Richard Stockton College of NJ

Galloway, NJ 08205-9441

 

 

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January 21, 2014 | AJ Kelton
Is anyone else on this list going to the ELI Annual Meeting in New Orleans from February 3-5?

aj



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AJ Kelton
Director of Emerging & Instructional Technology
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Montclair State University

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Emerging Learning Design 2014
Twitter: @ELDConf
Hashtag: #ELD14

Journal of Emerging Learning Design

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January 10, 2014 | Chris Stubbs
Morning All - 

A contest (with prizes!) from the fine folks at Educause. Not a bad deal at all. Should any of you decide to submit, we'd love it if you would be willing to share your video with this group as well. Always great to hear what folks are working on.

Best,
- Chris

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New this year at the Annual Meeting is the ELI Horizon Report Video Competition! We are asking for participants to submit a short (1-2 minute) *informal* video on a project involving one of the six 2014 Horizon Report technologies in the area of teaching and learning. Deadline is January 21st; three prizes will be awarded, each a $500 value.


-- Flipped Classroom
-- Learning Analytics
-- 3D Printing
-- Games and Gamification
-- Quantified Self
-- Virtual Assistants

All submissions meeting the criteria will be...
May 17, 2012 | Mark J.W. Lee
*** CALL FOR PAPERS - DEADLINE EXTENDED *** IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering 2012 (TALE 2012) August 20-23, 2012, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong Theme: "Fostering Innovation and Excellence in Engineering Education" The IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering (TALE) will be held each year in the Asia-Pacific region (IEEE Region 10) beginning in 2012. It is intended to complement existing conferences sponsored by the IEEE Education Society, most notably Frontiers in Education in North America (IEEE Regions 1-7) and EDUCON in Europe/Middle East/Africa (IEEE Region 8). The aim of TALE 2012 is to provide a forum for academicians and professionals from various educational fields and with cross-disciplinary interests to network, share knowledge and engage in dialogue around the theme of fostering innovation and excellence in engineering education. To this end, both research and...
March 14, 2014 | AJ Kelton
The revised version of ELI's 7 Things on Games and Learning has been published! \o/ YAY


There are a number of people who need to be thanked.  First and foremost is Malcolm Brown, Director of ELI, who agreed to let the G&L CG provide feedback and input on the revision.  Greg Dobbin, Senior Editor at ELI, was also instrumental in shepherding this through.  Everyone else at ELI who had a hand in this, great thanks.

On the Games & Learning CG side, amazing thanks go to CG Co-leader Chris Stubbs and our 2014 on-site meeting host Libby Evans, who both played very active roles in this.

Finally, I'd like to thank the following folks who played a role in the revision process via the google doc shared with this group:  ...
October 21, 2013 | Chris Stubbs
Morning All - 

At the request of Veronica Diaz, a reminder about the ELI Fall Focus Session coming up next month. 

Hope everyone who was out at EDUCAUSE last week had a good time. I heard great things about the CG group meeting!

Best,
- Chris

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Education Technology Services
The Pennsylvania State University
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From: Veronica Diaz <vdiaz@educause.edu>
Subject: ELI Online Fall Focus Session on How Online...
April 30, 2013 | AJ Kelton
At 1pm ET today the Games & Learning Constituent Group will be holding its second Google Hangout.  You can watch and participate synchronously or view the recording anytime (details on both below)

The topic for today will be a "gamification" rubric that one of our panelist, Paula, has designed.  The plan for today's meeting will be to start off by talking about pedagogy, game mechanics, learning, etc... and then we'll transition over to talking specifically about the rubric, which has been designed in the style of a Quality Matters rubric.

Our special panel today, other than myself and your other fearless co-leader Chris Stubbs, will include:
  • Deb Adair
  • Bryan Alexander
  • Paula Ascher
  • Randy Fujimoto
  • Monica Marlo
You can watch the stream live either on my Google+ page http://gplus.to/...
January 7, 2013 | Listserv Anonymous User
Message from evelyn.mcelhinney@gcu.ac.uk

Thanks AJ I knew of some but not all! Regards Evelyn McElhinney Lecturer in Advanced Practice Module Leader Non Medical Prescribing Blended Learning/Virtual World Co-Ordinator Department of Health and Community Sciences School of Health and Life Sciences Glasgow Caledonian University Room A516 0141 331 8791 Join the VW Healthed iCop - IM Kali Pizzaro for an invite Join the Virtual Worlds Education Roundtable IM me Kali Pizzaro for an invite Second Life: Kali Pizzaro Evelyn.mcElhinney@gcal.ac.uk To view the School of Health Virtual worlds projects please click the following link.http://caledonianblogs.net/soh-secondlife/ On 7 Jan 2013, at 05:00, "GAMESANDLEARNING automatic digest system" > wrote: There is 1 message totalling 83 lines in this issue. Topics of the day: 1. Blog on Games Journals ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at...
October 16, 2012 | Mark J.W. Lee
Dear colleagues, The MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching (JOLT at http://jolt.merlot.org/) has just released a Call for Papers for a special issue on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), to be published in Summer (June) 2013. The Guest Editors of the special issue are George Siemens (Athabasca University), Valerie Irvine (University of Victoria), and Jillianne Code (University of Victoria). Proposals in the form of extended abstracts (500 words) are due on November 15, 2012, with full manuscripts due on January 31, 2013. The full Call for Papers is available at the following URL: http://jolt.merlot.org/jolt_moocs_cfp.pdf Please feel free to share this information with others who you think might be interested. Kind regards, --- Mark J. W. Lee (Charles Sturt...
August 28, 2012 | Chris Stubbs
Morning All - 

Admittedly I've been meaning to post something regarding the annual conference (and don't worry, thats coming). But inspired by the first class email, I wanted to be sure to share with everyone Cousera's new MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on Gamification. https://class.coursera.org/gamification-2012-001

Several of my colleagues at Penn State are signed up to take the course (which is free and starts this week) and I wanted to pass it on to any of you who might be interested. For those who are signed up, I thought we might be able to use the Educause Games and Learning Facebook group as a venue for discussion around the course, if anyone would be interested.

Obviously no pressure, but one of the things AJ and I were discussing recently were opportunities for deeper topical discussions with the...
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