To Gamify or Not to Gamify...


Founder and CEO, Sententia Gamification
Amy morrisey
President, Artisan E-Learning
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Thu, Jul 30, 2020 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
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Gamification is a hot concept in the e-learning world. We know we have to engage and keep learners learning. We know people struggle to find time to take classes, go to conferences, and generally engage in professional development. And we know that easily more than half of the workforce was raised in a gaming culture. So it seems like gamification is a one-size-fits-all solution. 

But hold on...let's not make that leap just yet. Just because it's a hot concept doesn't mean it's the right concept for all situations. We'll ask a few simple questions to help determine if gamification is the perfect solution. And share tips to meet your learning goals if it is. 

About Monica Cornetti

Monica Cornetti works with individuals and organizations who want to learn how to think differently to achieve uncommon results. A gamification speaker and designer, Monica has been repeatedly rated #1 among the “Gamification Gurus Power 100” by RISE since 2015, and this year was recognized as #1 in the Most Influential Women in Gamification who have created a legitimate impact in the gamification industry.

Monica is the President of Sententia Gamification, Gamemaster of GamiCon (the annual international conference for the gamification of learning), and the author of the book Totally Awesome Training Activities Guide: Put Gamification to Work for You, and co-author of Deliberate Fun: A Purposeful Application of Game Mechanics to Learning Experiences. 

She is a graduate of Seton Hill with a BA in psychology, and The University of Houston-Victoria where she earned a Masters Degree in Economic Development and Entrepreneurship.

About Amy Morrisey

Amy Morrisey is the President of Artisan E-Learning and serves as Sales & Marketing Manager. Amy started with Artisan as a contract writer/instructional designer. She was our Production Manager for four years and helped the team to double its capacity. As President, she stays focused on maintaining the high standards our clients have grown to expect. She believes that staying close to our clients, our people, and our work is a smart way to do that. One of her favorite things to do in the e-learning world is jump in with a client to write a storyboard that is creative and application-based. Before working with Artisan, Amy spent 17 years in corporate training and development predominantly teaching leadership development and coaching teams and executives. She currently serves on the board of ATD Detroit. 


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