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Heavy Chef magazine: The Education Edition Digital learning and gamification.

The Heavy Chef project is a platform for practical learning where South Africa’s digital community collaborates and shares ideas. Observed attentively by the digital industry at large, Heavy Chef consistently delivers content by prominent authorities.

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The Heavy Chef project is a platform for practical learning where South Africa’s digital community collaborates and shares ideas. Observed attentively by the digital industry at large, Heavy Chef consistently delivers content by prominent authorities.

February 2016 sees the release of the fourth volume of the Heavy Chef magazine: The Education Edition. With a focus on digital learning and gamification for corporate training, our MD Glenn Gillis’s contribution posed the question: Is the tablet the whiteboard of the future for corporate training?

View Glenn’s article in the Heavy Chef magazine: The Education Edition.

The magazine also features insights by Sam Paddock, Sean Riley, Richard Mulholland, Ryan McManus, Craig Rodney, Sarah Blake, Ahmed Kajee, Robyn Farrah, Chris Borain, Joanne Reid, Sue Cilliers, Roxanne Janse van Rensburg and many others.

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