"Want do you think the mixture of people here is?"This was a question I heard a couple of times during the day, because I think that few people felt like they were with "their group. " The audience wasn't the standard xMedia screen people.
Project Canary was one of the most exciting things that I saw at LearnX 09. I had the chance to do a short video interview (with shaky camera work) with Deanna Hutchison from the Mining Industry Skills Centre.
Teaching with Games - http://www. futurelab. org. uk/projects/teaching-with-games/
Games for Learning Report - http://www. futurelab. org. uk/resources/publications-reports-articles/handbooks/Handbook133
ABC Serious Game Initiative - http://www. abc. net. au/tv/seriousgames/
Serious Games Summit http://www. gdconf. com/conference/sgs. html There is audio recording of the sessions.
As the year starts to wrap up, I've been reflecting on some of the projects I've been working on during 2008. One small project was prototyping a different way for doing resource development for a large centralize resource development project.
Recently, I've see some learning designers who are 100% word people have trouble grasping what means to be a visual learner. Often when we think about visual learners, we think: "Oh, they will need pictures and diagrams. " This is a good start . . .