Monthly Archives: June 2012

Web 2002: Accessibility Meets Gamification

Before I went on vacation, I attended the Web 2012 conference, particularly the accessibility track. I went to a lot of great sessions, but the one that surprised me the most was one that talked about how to motivate university … Continue reading

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Leaderboard Thoughts for Gamification

One of the more controversial elements of gaming is the leaderboard (listing high scorers in certain activities). Many students like knowing their scores and some even ask for leaderboards, despite instructor intuitions that students should not be ranked. I am … Continue reading

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