Archive for Jen Loglia

Training the Workforce, Part 5: Feedback Motivation in Action

Jen Loglia | March 14, 2013 This is part 4 of an on-going series of blogs on using games for training the workforce. My boyfriend was sitting at the computer and called out to me “We should do this together.”  Naturally, I responded “Do what together?”  He replied, “Learn French.”  Nuh uh, nope, I did […]

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Modifying Player Behavior with Psychology: League of Legends

Jen Loglia | December 13, 2012 Like many other gamers (and people who like playing games), I have been sucked into the vortex that is League of Legends. League of Legends (LoL) was created by Riot Games, and is a free-to-play, Massive Online Battle Arena (MOBA) game, which requires teams of players to destroy the […]

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Emoticons in the Workplace

Jen Loglia | October 8, 2012 Scenario 1: You’re at work. You’re sitting at your desk, when an email pops into your inbox. It’s from your boss (gasp).

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