For those interested in the extension of games and game concepts to other applications (among them online social learning platforms...), Coursera has just launched a six week course on "Gamification." Should be interesting.
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The link is https://www.coursera.org/course/gamification and I declare no affiliation (other than student) with Coursera or competing interests in blatantly advertizing related resources on OpenStudy.
And for those really interested, they have a couple classes on analysis of networks - a relatively moderate offering, Networked Life, and more rigorous offering, Social Network Analysis' - coming up in a few days and a few weeks, respectively.
I already loved Coursera, and here I get another reason to love it even more!
Thank you :)
Haha, that course made me realize why so many people are addicted to this site. Very clever of the developers. :)