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Business person, blogger, tweeter, Facebooker, Director, speaker, father, husband, school governor, arts org board member, learndirect (UFI) board member, traveller, reader, Scottish, British, European, citizen of the world, tennis player
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Blended learning, Content authoring and design, Knowledge management, Gaming and simulations for learning, Learning management systems and methods, Measurement methods and technologies, Mobile learning, Organisational learning, Performance support technologies and methods, Workflow and process-embedded learning, Social Media and learning
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At 17:18 on February 8, 2009, Donald Clark said…
The Media Equation by Nass and Reeves (35 studies)
Itiel Dror's papers on psychology and e-learning
Latest studies in memory - posted these on my blog

Caspian Learning

http://www.caspianlearning.co.uk/
At 14:16 on February 8, 2009, IVOR WILLIAMSON said…
Hi Donald,
Two quick queries from me that I hope you can help me on:
Just listened to your podcast with Stephen Walsh. You mentioned the trap of sociological theories that underpin perhaps too much of the current debate and the need to research the psychology of learning and memory in the design of elearning. I've read Ruth Clark & Richard Mayer's "elearning and the science of instruction' but hoped you could steer me towards current research in the area.

My next query was to find out from you the company that exhibited gaming technology at the Learning Tehnology event that if you recall you mentioned in the closing debate. Costs had come down through computing power and better more intuitive software such that high end simulations and gaming type learning that used to cost around the 100 grand mark now could be purchased for around the 1000 quid mark.
At 22:08 on January 27, 2009, Stuart Edwards said…
Donald

Thanks. I've taken a look at your blog and the links. It all looks promising. Unfortunately I can only make the exhibition tomorrow morning, but I'll take a look at the Caspian stand and see if we can follow up in some other way.

Stuart
At 18:28 on January 27, 2009, Stuart Edwards said…
Hi Donald

I've read with interest the report produced for the MoD on Serious Games and other reports you have written on the evidence to support the learning potential of games.

I'm interested in whether more could be done through games to support attainment of basic skills, especially numeracy. Perhaps we could have a chat?

Regards

Stuart
 
 
 

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