Brain Science and Learning Design - notes on the TFLN session

Wow, for me the Brain Science and Learning Design session by Tasmania Flexible Learning Network (TFLN) was great.

Sydney Serious Games Barcamp @ AFTRS 7th/May/2010 - Notes, observations and thoughts

Event reports and write-ups are always a bit odd. They are only one person's viewpoint and filter, and only a selection of the sessions that took place. In these notes, if I've missed really exciting stuff - sorry.

Presentation from the Sydney Serious Games BarCamp

Soon this presentation will be written up into a few blog posts.  

Thoughts on Communication Arts Interactive Annual 16 Winners

Interactive Annual on Prezi

To visit the Annual Online go to http://www. commarts. com/interactive/cai10/

The future of this blog

This Blog - practicing what I preach on Prezi

Idea's for educational trials of the National Broadband Network (NBN)

Idea's for educational trials of the National Broadband Network (NBN)

Serious Games - xMedia Sydney 2009

"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.

Websites addresses for Transforming E-Learning through Game talk at LearnX


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/
http://delicious. com/petterdr/seriousgames
Serious Games Summit http://www. gdconf. com/conference/sgs. html There is audio recording of the sessions.

eLearning Review Processes and Quality Assurance

One of the stages of the eLearning development process that I seem to continue to in conflict with and confused by is the review and quality assurance stage.

"We couldn't find things" - Organizing learning experiences

I've recently been doing with a lot of interviews with project teams that  developed eLearning solutions during 2008. One of the themes of the learner interviews was "we couldn't find things. "

This has led me to think more about how learning resources are organized and their information design.