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An Coppens - Using Gamification to Create Immersive Learning Communities

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Learning communities—when done well—create a collaborative environment where learners thrive, contributors do their best work, and fosters learning that can be applied to tackle complex real-world issues.

This week my guest, Gamification Guru An Coppens, and I delve into how to create a Gamified Learning Community and that advances these types of immersive experiences.

With an extensive background in eLearning, An has earned a reputation for bringing solid gamification strategy and fun to create more enriching learning experiences. Today you’ll learn how to stretch your thinking about the value of adding a Learning Community into your organization’s talent development plan.

About An Coppens:  An Coppens is the Chief Game Changer at Gamification Nation Ltd, where the vision is to make business and learning more fun and engaging. She is an award winning business coach, learning & development professional, author and speaker. An offers gamification design services and online learning programs designed to encourage winning behaviors and improve business results in sales, recruitment, learning and productivity. Connect with An at:  www.gamificationnation.com

About your host:  A gamification speaker and designer, Monica Cornetti is rated as the #1 Gamification Guru in the world by UK-based Leaderboarded. She hosts a weekly Gamification Talk Radio program, as well as author of the book Totally Awesome Training Activity Guide: Put Gamification to Work for You. Monica’s niche is gamification techniques that can be used within the corporate talent development environment. Connect with Monica Twitter @monicacornetti. Website: www.monicacornetti.com

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