Microlearning And Gamification: What Research Tells Us

Join Dr. Will Thalheimer of Work-Learning Research and Roni Floman of GamEffective in this special webinar, scheduled for the 24th of January, 2017.
Dates 24 Jan 2017 9:00 am (UTC -5) 24 Jan 2017 10:00 am (UTC -5)
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Microlearning And Gamification: What Research Tells Us and How We Can Put It Into Practice

Gamification, Microlearning and digital motivation are the hottest topics in learning, but they require good design, especially if repetition is to be implemented. The good news is that new tools are available that enable the flexibility to implement microlearning and gamification in ways that align with scientific research on learning—including in mobile-learning applications.

In this special webinar, Dr. Will Thalheimer of Work-Learning Research, noted research-to-practice expert and author of the book Performance-Focused Smile Sheets, will describe three of the most important findings from the science of learning and Roni Floman of GamEffective will demonstrate practical ways that these proven learning factors can be utilized through gamification and microlearning.

Dr. Will  Thalheimer will challenge us with fun and engaging real-world scenarios before he reveals the research to bring clarity to the learning-design issues involved. Ms. Floman will share examples of how to implement these time-tested principles using today’s most innovative technologies. This webinar is a great way to start the year—with the best in research-based practice applied to today’s most innovative learning technologies.

About Will Thalheimer

Will Thalheimer is a learning expert, researcher, instructional designer, business strategist, speaker, and writer. Dr. Thalheimer has worked in the learning-and-performance field since 1985.

In 1998, Dr. Thalheimer founded Work-Learning Research to bridge the gap between research and practice, to compile research on learning, and disseminate research findings to help chief learning officers, instructional designers, trainers, e-learning developers, performance consultants, and learning executives build more effective learning-and-performance interventions and environments.

His clients have included giant multinationals, e-learning companies, government agencies, and institutions of higher learning. His research and writings have led the field in providing practical research-based recommendations through his online publications (www.work-learning.com/catalog), published articles, and his industry-leading blog (www.willatworklearning.com).

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