Tag Archives: game

FROGGER

Build a game in Lectora? Challenge… accepted! But which game to choose?! So many good ones, but for this I really wanted to see what Lectora could do, are there any limits to it’s magnificence?! So for the past month it has been my mission to recreate the old arcade game Frogger. For the design, […]

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Contest 18: Game On!

I love gaming! Board games, card games, computer games, and video games—itt doesn’t matter what, I’m interested. From big family gatherings playing Pinochle and Euchre to a relaxing night in playing a solo video game, gaming has been in my life for a long time. I like that you can learn something new, have fun, and bond with other people.
This month’s contest challenge is to take your favorite game (or make up your own) and use it as an opportunity to teach a concept or topic in a Lectora course. Bonus points if you make it responsive. And Lectora® Inspire users, don’t forget about the eLearning Brothers Interaction Builder in your Inspire Tools.

Congrats to last month’s winner, @ascott7223. Check out his winning course here. Good luck! I can’t wait to see what you create! Entries are due by March 20, 2017.

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How to Think Like a Game Designer: Pro Tips for eLearning

Want a look inside in the brain of a game designer? Karl Kapp—Professor of Instructional Technology and author of the bestselling book “The Gamification of Learning and Instruction”— talks about how a game designer would approach eLearning. You’ll get a fresh perspective on eLearning design as Karl shares how a game designer would approach instruction, as opposed to an instructional designer.