Tag Archives: elearning

What can e-learning learn from other digitial industries – Part 1 Graphic Design

There are lots of influences and techniques that e-learning designers can take and use in their e-learning projects from graphic design, game design, illustration and 3D work. Often techniques from other digital arts are overlooked by e-learning designers. There are many skills from other digital areas like graphic design that can be added and included […]

Looking for the ideal device for mobile learning

m-learning, mobile learning, learning on the move there are many ways of describing mobile learning and mobile computing. There are a number of machines available from iPhone to netbook but is there an ideal device? The PC has become the standard for delivering learning with an office environment but the mobile platform is still emerging. […]

Game Based Learning – What does this mean to you?

First blog post for a while… I started working in e-learning and games in the 90’s. During this time we have seen some amazing technical advantages and also seen some interesting advances within e-learning. In recent years games based learning or GBL has been a trend subject. Game Based Learning does not only mean using […]

games based learning – tickets available – May 13th Norwich 2009

We are finalising the details for the Game Based Learning event. The event will be ticket only as we have had a lot of interest. A number of people have already booked and to register your interest please book by emailing info@realprojects.co.uk or using the contact form http://www.realprojects.co.uk/contact.php We are expecting that the event will […]

Futurelab coordinating games and learning research project

In the latest Naace newsletter there is an article about Futurelab coordinating a games and learning research project. “Futurelab has been appointed as the UK National Coordinator for a pan-European study of the use of computer and video games in schools. Our Games and Learning project is a programme of research, events and planned publications […]