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Monday, October 16 • 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Using Games to Increase Student Success in the Online Learning Environment

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College environments are full of non-traditional learners (adult learners, students with children, military students, online students, married students, etc.). The theories and practices of non-traditional students like andragogy, humanism, and problem-based learning, all can be found in aspects of game-based learning (GBL). This session will show how incorporating games and GBL into the curriculum and the online environment will increase student engagement, retention, and success.

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Doug Hummer

Coordinator - Instructional Design & Development, Wake Technical Community College
Designing online instruction. | Copyright and Fair Use. | Faculty professional development.
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Rachel King

eLearning Technologist, Wake Technical Community College
I have been at Wake Tech fora little over 8 yrs and truly enjoy working in a position that combines my love for training and technological skills. I have a very diverse background from being in the military and working in higher education. I have experience training a variety of... Read More →



Monday October 16, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm
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