Masterclass Webinar

Gamification, VR and Chatbots
How to use new technologies to create immersive online learning?

Join our Masterclass Webinar to see how the humanitarian sector has used gamification, VR and chatbots for creating highly immersive online learning with role-playing, storytelling, scenarios, peer-to-peer feedback and simulation exercises.

Gamification, VR and Chatbots

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View this session with Atish Gonsalves, Global Innovation Director, to see how the humanitarian sector has used game-based learning, VR and chatbots for creating highly immersive online learning with role-playing, storytelling, scenarios, peer-to-peer feedback and simulation exercises. The session will highlight some case studies and practical tools to increase human engagement in innovative, online learning at your organization. The session will also cover how to use design thinking and co-creation to develop learning with end-users.

Atish Gonsalves about immersive online learning
Atish Gonsalves about immersive online learning

Atish Gonsalves | Global Innovation Director | Humanitarian Leadership Academy

Atish Gonsalves is a social technologist, entrepreneur and the Global Innovation Director of the Humanitarian Leadership Academy. With a background in software engineering, AI and human-computer interaction, Atish’s experience includes leadership roles at technology and international non-profit organizations. Atish has consistently implemented successful educational-technology (ed-tech) solutions that have helped democratize learning for thousands of learners in difficult contexts. Atish is also the founder of Gamoteca, a collaborative digital platform that enables organizations to create their own mixed-reality learning games.

The Humanitarian Leadership Academy

The Humanitarian Leadership Academy (the Academy) is a global learning initiative with a mission to enable people to prepare for and respond to crises in their own countries. To achieve this, the Academy acts as a catalyst for the improved quality, accessibility and sustainability of humanitarian learning. They support the development and recognition of skills through our platforms, products and services, so that humanitarian work is more effective, immediate, and local – saving lives and safeguarding livelihoods. HLA has established a global network that assesses local needs and work with partners to develop tailored learning, training and knowledge packages. Their free online learning platform, Kaya, currently provides training to 150,000 humanitarian volunteers and professionals. Read this leaflet to find out more about them. You can also visit their website and create your free Kaya account and start a course.

Humanitarian Leadership Academy and immersive online learning

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