Learning in 3D Series

Jan 14, 2010

Learning in 3D: Multiple Perspectives

I was so excited when Karl Kapp and Tony O’Driscoll invited me aboard the blog tour, I took the liberty of inviting some friends to the party. So today, you get 4 for the price of 1, as we have multiple perspectives on Karl and Tony’s book, Learning in 3D. Joining the conversation today are regular contributors Dr. Dawn Francis and Sherry Engel, as well as a guest contributor, ace instructional designer Robin Harmony. I’m grateful to Karl and Tony for beginning to define what has largely been an undefined learning space. Much as Clark Aldrich did years ago for the crazy-quilt space that was Simulation, Karl and Tony have begun...

I was so excited when Karl Kapp and Tony O’Driscoll invited me aboard the blog tour, I took the liberty of inviting...

Jan 14, 2010

Learning in 3D: Bringing Businesses Aboard

I’m an excitable boy; I admit that. I’m so fascinated by the possibilities of new tools and technologies for learning, that I...

I’m an excitable boy; I admit that. I’m so fascinated by the possibilities of new tools and technologies for learning, that I...

Jan 14, 2010

Learning in 3D: Fear of Flying

by Robin Harmony The first time I entered a virtual immersive environment (VIE), I was startled by flying people! My reaction? Wow…I...

by Robin Harmony The first time I entered a virtual immersive environment (VIE), I was startled by flying people! My reaction? Wow…I...

Jan 14, 2010

Learning in 3D: A Training Manager’s View

If you’re a Learning Manager or Training Manager for a corporation, the following scenario may strike you. You’re at your desk and...

If you’re a Learning Manager or Training Manager for a corporation, the following scenario may strike you. You’re at your desk and...

Jan 14, 2010

Learning in 3D: Measuring the Impact

by Sherry Engel As most of my colleagues know, evaluation and metrics is a topic I love to discuss and debate. So...

by Sherry Engel As most of my colleagues know, evaluation and metrics is a topic I love to discuss and debate. So...