Designing innovation games for community-based learning and knowledge exchange

  title={Designing innovation games for community-based learning and knowledge exchange},
  author={Albert A. Angehrn},
Communities, like organisations, have a natural tendency to resist the adoption of new processes and technologies aimed at changing the way people learn and manage knowledge. This paper reports on the attempt to use gamelike processes and systems to involve a very heterogeneous target population in gradually becoming more aware of the existing change barriers, then gaining interest in removing them, and finally becoming willing and exploring collaboratively (and playfully) new forms of learning… CONTINUE READING

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