When Remembering Really Matters:
The Power of Serious Games for Learning
Date and TimeTue, Sep 16, 2014 at 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern
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This session shares research on remembering - and forgetting - and identifies techniques that foster long-term retention. It then connects these techniques to games and explains how games can help form long-term memories... and business results. We'll share recent research on games and case studies that demonstrate how games can be used for learning.
In this session, you will:
- Identify the potential costs of not remembering
- Gain an understanding of research-based learning principles such as spaced repetition, feedback loops and more
- Identify the connection between research-based learning methods and tangible business outcomes
Attendees will be entered to win a free "starter" package for use in your organization and – after the webinar - are invited to remain for a focused exploration of the game-creation platform, Knowledge Guru.
About Sharon Boller
About Steven Boller
Steven Boller is the Marketing Director at Bottom-Line Performance. In this role, he gathers industry intelligence from hundreds of organizations interested in improving the performance of their employees through instructionally sound learning solutions and innovative approaches such as game-based learning and retention-driven learning strategies. He has authored over 100 educational articles both online for eLearning Industry, Bottom-Line Performance and Knowledge Guru and in print for the Life Science Trainer and Educator Network’s Focus Magazine.
Steven has delivered webinars for Chief Learning Officer Magazine and Training Magazine Network as well as presented at conferences such as ATD International, ATD TechKnowledge, the LTEN Annual Conference and DevLearn. He assists with product strategy for the Knowledge Guru game-based learning platform, which won three 2014 Brandon Hall Excellence Awards, including two "Gold" distinctions. Steven holds a BA degree from Xavier University, where he graduated Cum Laude.