If you missed out on our meaningful gamification #NASAGAchat with Scott Nicholson, but would like to join in the continuing discussion, you have come to the right place!Check out the transcript of…Continue
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For anyone who wished they could have joined us tonight, here is a link to the transcript on Storify.
We had a great conversation, and intend to keep these up on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month. Our next one will be March 26th.
Also please respond to the poll on the front page of our website, we are trying to start virtual games nights and would like to get a feel for who is playing…Continue
For anyone who wished they could have joined us last night, here is a link to the transcript on Storify.
We had a great time chatting, and will be doing another one in early March. Please let Chris Saeger or myself know if you'd like to try your hand at hosting!
We also are going to be trying out some of the ideas that we came up with last night for more NASAGA…Continue
During the conference in Columbus this year, I noticed many times that my discussions with people turned toward the idea of keeping the conference going year-round. Everyone was having such a good time learning and engaging with each other that no one wanted it to end. Time and again I heard, "There has got to be a way to keep the discussion going!"
With that in mind, we are embarking on an experiment in social media this month. For those who are active Facebookers, we have set up a…Continue
At the opening keynote of NASAGA 2012: Boldly Launching into 50 More Years of Games-Based Learning, Greg Koeser, Chris Saeger, Scott Nicholson and myself led an alternate reality game (ARG) which flipped the keynote from a sit-and-listen experience into a shared experience which had new and established NASAGAns interacting with each other from the first. This activity, however, was the culminating experience of a longer game that was played by NASAGA neophytes before the conference…Continue