Editor’s note: Using the Badgeville toolkit, developers can reward cloud user behaviors in realtime by leveraging mechanics, such as points, achievements and missions. They can also provide recognition and rank to make users feel special or smart by leveraging mechanics, such as levels, tracks and leaderboards.
Editor’s note: Thanks to Colin Steed for sharing this list of resources on developing a personal learning network. Lots of useful links here.
Editor’s notes: A useful list, most of which will be on the mind of your IT team . . . and it’s always good to know what’s on their mind.
Editor’s note: If you believe that your networks are your new learning then this article is worth a look. Focused on the education space but useful tips for anyone.
Editor’s note: A Yammer for college students? Aside from the tech itself, which will be worth a look, this is the type of collaboration tool students will be ‘used to using’ when they hit the workplace. Ready?