Published by: Manisha Khetarpal (Maskwacis Cultural College)
Date & Time: Tuesday, August 4, 9 am – 11 am
Region(s): Other (I am not part of a CALP-funded organization)
Found in: Technology
August 4, 9-11 am
Description: Serious games are an effective online teaching tool to increase student motivation and improve skills acquisition.
This webinar explores:
• How to design learning games for online courses and on a budget.
• How to use your learning management system (LMS) to deliver game-based learning for college and university courses.
• How to develop highly rewarding and innovative games to engage learners.
• How to use digital media platforms to create imaginative, compelling and, exciting game experiences.
Join Dr. David Chandross, gamification and mixed reality expert at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada for an interactive one and half-hour microlearning session to assist instructors to design serious games for their online courses using common, simple digital platforms.
Dr. David Chandross
Series Games Expert & Senior Scholar @Ryerson University
David is currently a senior scholar at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University where he conducts design projects in serious games across the learning industry. He teaches in the masters of digital media program and supervises graduate students working in the field of serious game development. Current clients include the United Nations World Food Program, The Insurance Institute of Canada and the Institute for Performance and Learning. As one of the founders of the field of gamification, he has worked in the field of over 25 years and has lead research projects in fields as diverse as the use of games to manage addiction, faculty development, and the training of staff in long term care using virtual internships. He holds a doctorate in higher education, a master’s degree in medical education and a master’s degree in cognitive science.
Registration link: https://forms.gle/waxDG5NcRuGyieX39