Category Archives: immersive learning

Invitation to join an engaging exercise..


There have now been sufficient positive responses to the invitation to Let’s Get Visceral in the Immernet to be able to proceed! Overview of the exercise: – Purpose: Open-ended, however I am hoping to gain some or all of the following: … Continue reading

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Designing by Archetype – part 3 – Role Play


The Archetypes 2. Role Play Formal definition: To assume a role in an alternative form (living or inanimate) with the objective of understanding aspects of action and interaction to learn how to perform that role or gain a better understanding of the … Continue reading

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Designing by Archetype – part 2 – The Avatar Persona


The Archetypes 1. Avatar Persona Learning in the 3rd person This was a fascinating and stimulating concept for me. The most popular point of view (PoV) for those interacting via an Avatar is 3rd person e.g. you watch yourself interacting. … Continue reading

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Here Comes the Immersive Internet


summary of Chapter 1 of Learning in 3D – Adding a New Dimension to Enterprise Learning and Collaboration.
This forms part of a collaborative exercise designed by Hans de Zwart, Learning Innovation Manager @ Shell to which I have been invited. Hans blogs at: http://bit.ly/lin3drg
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