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How Much do you Hate Fun? A Reflection on Games and Learning

A little over a month ago, I wrote the post, I Hate Games: An Introduction to History of Play. Since then, I’ve been reading, writing, and thinking about games everyday. Some days I’m heads down trying to make sense of academic papers. Other days I’m reading tweets, commenting on peer blog posts or playing in my new affinity space, Photoblog.… Read more →

Facilitating an Online Synchronous Discussion on Twitter

Downloadable version As part of my coursework in my ILT Master’s program at the University of Colorado Denver and Professor Len Scrogen’s Facilitating Online and Blended Learning course, I have shared below my expertise in leading significant and engaging learning experiences– demonstrating ILT Competences 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6.  On May 4th, 2016, I planned for and facilitated: Outthink… Read more →

Integrating Technology to Automate Operations and Marketing in Chiropractic Care

As part of my coursework in my ILT Master’s program at the University of Colorado Denver and Professor Brent Wilson’s INTE 6750, E-Learning Trends class, I have shared below a change implementation plan that is intended to automate systematic processes and marketing opportunities for my partner’s chiropractic business. This paper outlines the very first steps of a broader, long term… Read more →

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