One of the instructions for completing the first assignment is to approach the task with a sense of childlike curiosity. Typically, and unsurprisingly perhaps, this generates a little eye rolling. Maybe this article can convince you that this approach has merit.
Well the exam is over 🎉🎊 more importantly the third trial of an Internet enabled exam were students can use the same devices as they do in class (ok we are still working on the phone thing) was conducted. I am not sure if students realise just how rare their exam experience was. It still attracts international attention. So well done. (Yes the exam has been, blogged, tweeted, FaceBooked, Liked, retweeted and commented upon).
So now to the marking.
But the team is all ready.
Now is over to you. Time to take all that knowledge about experiences and put it Ito practice – go and have some fun.
So where did the idea for the Apple Store originate?
Understanding the emotional side to experiences is important. Interesting article on how spending on experiences will make you happier than purchasing goods.
Tasmanian wineries are being encouraged to offer more than a simple tasting at the cellar door. Read how they need to embrace experiences. Offer more at the Cellar Door.
One of the interesting themes in the unit is the examination of the current student generation. The second assignment needed to deliver an experience that catered to their wants. We talked about the changing nature of work and what are the likely implications. Provocative article in the SMH on the topic.
read it here Gen Z