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Friday, November 8 • 3:15pm - 4:30pm

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Is GAMIFICATION an effective platform for motivating participants to learn and play as they work? Well, it depends is the simplest answer. It depends on how you hope your participants are motivated. It depends whether you are looking for long-term or short-term outcomes. It depends on many other contextual factors. We will use a deeply researched and reliable model of motivation called, Self-Determination Theory, to explore the motivational consequences of gamification, whether you can even design gaming systems that foster intrinsic motivation, and tips/ techniques for ensuring your system doesn’t undermine any form of motivation. And, because this is NASAGA, we will use several games to do all this!


Matthew Richter

Matthew Richter is the President for The Thiagi Group. He is a facilitator, game designer, instructional designer, and management consultant. Matthew has consulted with organizations that include Grant Thornton, Redwood Trust, CenturyLink, EA, Microsoft, Carolina Power and Light... Read More →

Friday November 8, 2019 3:15pm - 4:30pm
River Room

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