The Gamification Summit 2011 Completed Course

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Last year was largely an experimental year. There were so many unknowns going into the WoWinSchool Project that our overall attitude was “Let’s see what this looks like,” and some aspects of the program were largely informal. That’s not to say that we didn’t learn a great deal and that the participating students didn’t benefit from the program (and we from them).

In the coming 1-3 years, gamification, location services and virtual events will come together (via API’s and integration). On the gamification front, it’s noteworthy that San Francisco will be home to the Gamification Summit in January 2011. For the full post: “The Name Of The Game Is Engagement“. Conclusion

UAE to reopen Damascus embassy after 7 years – The past few days have seen a flurry of diplomatic activity that looks set to continue until the next summit.

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Gabe Zichermann, Chair of the Gamification Summit and Gabe Zichermann author of Game-Based Marketing , recently interviewed CEO Luke Hohmann for his article in the Huffington Post on how games and game mechanics can be used to fix the political system.

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People on the Move – He recently completed his real estate courses online at Real Estate Express. Christopher Selige has joined the Clarks Summit.

She participates in gamification initiatives, has worked at two game companies, and completed an online gamification course through Coursera and Professor Kevin Werbach of the Wharton School. In 2012, Marta presented on gamification at an STC webinar, LavaCon, and the STC Summit.

How to Use Game Mechanics to Reward Your Customers.

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A constant DPRK theme since the Singapore Summit has been that progress in US-DPRK relations, on the way to the “complete den.

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The home side climbed up to second place in the table with their 5-0 win over Bournemouth here on Boxing Day and can move to.

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