…Gamification is strongly tied to emotions.…Emotions related to winning, or even some emotions related to not winning.…But either way, emotion is a critical part of the gamification experience.…One of the reasons for…this is because memory and recalling information can be tied to emotion.…Much of this is related to something called episodic memory.…Episodic memory contains information about life experiences.…Information that is associated with a particular time or…place, and is typically tied to strong emotions.…
The information that you are in Philadelphia for New Year's Eve…celebrating at Penn's Landing, or that you're at your brother's apartment for…your surprise 50th birthday party is episodic memory.…A person is able to remember certain times and places because they have particular…meaning and associated emotion such as a major sports event, a reunion with…lost relatives, or even a particularly compelling instructional event.…Episodic memories are stored in such a way that…each memory is identified by a personal tag.…
- Exploring games, gamification, and simulations
- Content gamification vs. structural gamification
- Seeing gamification in action
- Capitalizing on intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
- Collecting, acquiring, and allocating resources
- Constructing and creating
- Setting up rules
- Providing feedback
- Telling a story
- Thinking like a game designer
Skill Level Intermediate
Captivate 9: Software Simulationswith Anastasia McCune2h 47m Intermediate
Instructional Design: Storyboardingwith Daniel Brigham1h 14m Intermediate
1. Exploring Gamification
2. Gamification in Action: Three Case Studies
3. Theory Behind the Practice
4. Gamification Dynamics
5. Elements of Gamification
6. Implementing Gamification
Gamification in elearning3m 34s
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