Wednesday, August 27

101 Free EduGames



SLIDESHARE GLORY!

Wow! After discovering that my visualization of the No. 1 Musketeer has become a big hit on SlideShare, I simply had to take a break from my non-blogging vacation to blog about it and share some more learning juice. Since the 14th of August (until now), the '101 Free Learning Tools' presentation has been featured on the SlideShare homepage, viewed 6000+ times, downloaded 1900+ times, favorited 100+ times, and embedded into 30+ sites. And more importantly, I have received a lot of great feedback, which has nourished my learning and knowledge sharing ego to new heights!

In the graphic above you can see some more SlideShare achievements, which makes me kind of happy. I really enjoy sharing learning resources in creative ways, but of course when there is a growing receiving end with hoops of appreciation, it just makes learning and sharing even more fun.

In addition, my new eBook '69 Learning Adventures in 6 Galaxies' has also received some good reviews (Jane Park, Joseph Hart, Jeff Cobb, Bryan Chapman and Tom Hanson) and has been viewed 2800+ times until now. Not great, but acceptable :)

In short, it is more fun to share knowledge when you can feel the excitement from the receiving end. So, should I be happy and proud? No way! Until I have reached Olga Potty in Zukiland, I will hopefully continue my quest to share great learning resources and explore new ways to facilitate effective learning. Why? One reason is because I learn faster and more effectively that way. Another reason is that via my blog, I am increasingly able to connect and communicate with great educators and people around globe. Sharing knowledge is power! Who doesn't like to connect and communicate with a person that loves learning and sharing? I arrest my case!


101 FREE EDUGAMES

To be honest, I prefer long lists of resources and tools in text format (efficient to access and explore), but I suppose not all share that opinion. But then again, sometimes we need to visualize and engage to excite the learner to explore further. So, I have decided to visualize the other two Musketeers, starting with '101 Free EduGames' below. The great thing about it, is that when I conduct workshops from now on, participants will probably get learning orgasms with all the free learning juice blitzed during the sessions in a visually stimulating manner. Now, let's enjoy 101 free EduGames:

PART I (1-50)
View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: learning games)

PART II (51-101)
View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: learning games)

  • Click here to download the PDF version (93 MB).
  • Click here to view the updated text-based 'Delicious' EduGames collection (My favorite!).

As for the remaining Musketeer (101 Free OER), you will probably have to wait at least another two weeks, as I will be returning to my non-blogging vacation for a while. The '101 Free OER' presentation will be tricky, as I am planning to extract my favorite 101 out of more than 250 sites. For those that want the full list of OER/OCW can simply click here :)

3 comments:

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Dipp mukherjee said...

I always enjoy sharing learning resources in creative ways, but of course when there is a growing receiving end with hoops of appreciation, it just makes learning and sharing even more fun.

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