Webinar: How to Reduce Disengagement with Gamification
Watch our second part of our two-part Gamification webinar series. If your finger is on the gamification pulse, you know that gamifying your learning programs is a great way to engage learners. It creates challenges and instills the sense of accomplishment that comes with progressing through a game-like course.
Gamification makes learners think and engage, and that gives your programs more impact.It’s effective at driving learner engagement, reinforcing key concepts and building opportunities for learners to succeed in their overall learning experience.
Co-hosted by Paula Yunker, with 35+ years of instructional design experience—this webinar will explain why you should consider gamifying your elearning and how to apply gamification best practices to ensure you’re designing a great learning experience. We’ll also share some great examples of gamification in practice.
In this session, you will learn:
Why gamify your eLearning?
10 gamification best practices
Six ways to incorporate elements of gamification regardless of your budget
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Meet Our Speaker!
Managing Partner and Instructional Designer, Limestone Learning
With over 35 years of knowledge and experience in the field of adult education, Paula has provided innovative and relevant learning solutions for corporate clients, crown corporations and government agencies in a variety of industries. She is a member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD), the Elearning Guild and the Institute for Performance and Learning (IPL) and is a Kirkpatrick Certified Professional Bronze level and CTDP certified through the Institute of Performance and Learning (IPL).
She has worked as a L&D professional in a variety of settings over her career including contracted learning consultant, positions in corporate L&D senior management and for the past eight years as partner and co-owner at Limestone Learning Inc. She’s always curious, passionate about all things related to learning and development and looks forward to sharing her knowledge and experience with others.