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Rapid competency development via serious games

The research and development (R&D) department of eXact learning solutions has been working on developing a technology-enhanced learning (TEL) environment based on serious games that supports individuals’ rapid competence development within the domain of project management.   This work is part of the ‘Transformative, Adaptive, Responsive and enGaging EnvironmenT’ (TARGET) EU project (, which aims [...]

Let the games begin

Plato once said that: ‘you can learn more about a man in an hour of play than in a year of conversation’. If that’s true, we’re going to learn a great deal during the forthcoming Olympic Games in London.   Educators (including L&D professionals) should be interested in using games – especially those known as [...]

This time, it’s serious

News has emerged from the Serious Games Institute (SGI) in Coventry that, some three years since its inception, its founding head, David Wortley, has left – leaving the SGI’s operations director, Tim Luft, in charge.   In a statement, Mr Wortley, writes: ‘Following the SGI restructuring consultation, I have decided that the time is right [...]

By | February 1st, 2011|Categories: Learning Technologies|Tags: , |0 Comments