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Doctor of Education

Female |CHENNAI, India

MMVC14: Flat but Spatial with Agile Bill Krebs

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This webinar is hosted in English

AgileBill Krebs will discuss Flat but Spatial

Tired of slides? See how 5 years of experience with 2d and 3d ‘spatial environments’ works for adult learners based on taking 4 university courses and teaching for 5 years. See how how a flipped project based constructivist gamified MOOC worked and failed in practice.
(Track 19 -New & Innovative Programs)

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About the Host



Doctor of Education

AgileBill Krebs (SL: AgileBill Firehawk)

“AgileBill” Krebs has over 20 years of programming, performance, project management, and training in the IT industry at 5 IBM labs, Davisbase, and Allscripts. He has used agile project management techniques since 2001, and taught it to over 2,000 people worldwide. He has presented at agile conferences, IBM Research, and conferences on education.

He is certified in virtual worlds from the University of Washington's one year program, and continues to advance his study in remote collaboration as he pursues his Master's degree in Education Technology. He has hosted online project management events since 2009 and has been trained in facilitation techniques as part of his ICAgile Expert level certification.

Bill's certifications and groups include SPC, PMI-ACP, CSP, ICE-AC, and 7 others. He hosts the Distributed Agile Study Group and is a member of ALN, the Scrum and Agile Alliances, ACM, AERA, PMI, and more. He blogs with PMI-voices and is an enterprise coach in the healthcare IT industry.

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