This will be my last post of the year: I’m looking forward to spending a few work-free days with my family over Christmas. I hope that you will be having a break too. Play with Learning is one year old and I am delighted with how things have turned out over the last twelve months. […]
In spite of my criticisms of many educational games, I believe passionately in the potential of games to inspire learning. I don’t think that games are a panacea but they do have many characteristics that can make a profoundly positive impact on our lives. The real educational value for gaming lies in four key areas: […]
This is a great set of tips for using Google from HackCollege.com. Not sure that it needs to be an infographic but it does look pretty.
Interesting infographic from OnlineUniversities.com about the state of public education in the USA. Will the same happen in the UK? Via: Online Universities Blog
This is a great animation from Inventorium describing how we can share and use government collected data. (Mild warning: you might find the narrator’s pronunciation of ‘data’ a bit irritating)