Top 5 Gamification Articles November 2015
What are the Top 5 Gamification Articles November 2015 and blog posts? Ranked by Twitter engagement according to
Topsy‘s search and analytics.
The dates of Twitter engagement are from November 1 to December 1 of 2015 at Topsy.
Every month, there is a new post created crowning the Top 5 Gamification Articles of the Month. Below are the top 5 winners ranked in numeric order. The 1 ranked position is the champion for this month.
What better way to exemplify gamification‘s points, badges, and leaderboards (a.k.a. PBL), then by awarding Top 5 Gamification Articles November 2015 to authors who write about gamification.
Points are the total Twitter engagement count. Taken as a snapshot in time for the duration of a particular month.
The top 5 winners are then awarded a badge.
The leaderboard is a ranking of those Top 5 Gamification Articles November 2015.
Keep checking back. As new post created once a month crowning the Top 5 Gamification Articles.
Below are the top 5 winners ranked in numeric order. The #1 ranked position is the champion for this month.
Congratulations for your hard work and excellent gamification articles.
As an award to the authors for their achievement. I am giving the authors a special badge.
They can put this badge on their website. Get the Top 5 Gamification Articles November 2015 badge at the bottom of this post.
Note: Some of these articles and posts are still receiving Twitter activity. Their numeric count will be higher from the time the original Twitter engagement count. As a result of the increased Tweet count, the data will change over time. So, if you go back to
Topsy, you will not get the same snapshot in time that took place on the same dates for these articles. Topsy Tweet Count: 268
- Author: Alice Keeler @alicekeeler
- Website: alicekeeler.com
#2 Workplace Gamification: The Service Companies Need from Their MSP
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Well, not anymore. Gamification is the hot new trend many organizations are using to increase the level of employee engagement in the workplace. Read More…
Topsy Tweet Count: 78
- Author: Dan Newman @danielnewmanUV
- Website: v3b.com
Lizzie Barclay, senior marketing manager at Yahoo, spoke exclusively to The Wall about its digital online training platform, Yahoo Academy, and why the company has taken a gamification approach to it. Read More…
Topsy Tweet Count: 74
- Author: Samantha Edwards @TheWallUK
- Website: wallblog.co.uk
Times of flux should signal the A-OK for some experimentation in schools. My own school, for instance, is encouraging more PBL. Read More…
Topsy Tweet Count: 61
- Author: Heather Wolpert-Gawron @tweenteacher
- Website: edutopia.org
This is a crossword puzzle template created in Articulate Storyline 2. Add in your own words and adjust the triggers to update this game template and make it your own. Read More…
Topsy Tweet Count: 51
- Author: Nicole Legault @nicole_legault
- Website: community.articulate.com
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Top 5 Gamification Articles November 2015 Badge
For ranking in the top 5. The above mentioned authors and websites have been granted rights to use the Top 5 Gamification Articles November 2015 badge. The winners may use the badge in the following ways:
- Display anywhere on the domain where the article was published and its social media sites.
- Display anywhere on the author’s own domain(s) and social media sites.
The badge size is 300 pixels wide by 250 pixels high. Just copy the generated code from “Embed This Image On Your Site” code box at the bottom of this post. Paste the generated code on your site.
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