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Towards Modeling Educational Objectives in Serious Games
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We propose a shared language modeling approach for educational instructors and game developers. Expand
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Educators as Game Developers - Model-Driven Visual Programming of Serious Games
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We present our framework, which consists of GLiSMo—a domain-specific modeling language—and the visual programming environment for serious games (VIPEr) that allows educators to use their didactical knowledge with a point and click graphical editor to create their own serious games. Expand
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SERIOUS GAME DEVELOPMENT FOR EDUCATORS - A SERIOUS GAME LOGIC AND STRUCTURE MODELING LANGUAGE
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We proposed our first steps towards a domain specific modeling language for serious games (GLiSMo), which enables non-technical domain experts without programming and game design skills to model serious games. Expand
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Enabling Educators to Design Serious Games - A Serious Game Logic and Structure Modeling Language
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We develop a tool allowing educators to visually design their serious games, which is based on model driven development techniques that allow the generation of software from visual models. Expand
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Shack City - A Serious Game for Apprentices in the Field of Sanitation, Heating and Cooling (SHaC)
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We have developed Shack City, a story based serious game, which lets apprentices in the field of sanitation, heating and cooling study playfully during exam preparation. Expand
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A Model Driven Development Framework for Serious Games
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We propose a framework based on model driven development techniques that allows educators to create didactically sound serious games. Expand
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Performance Dashboard für Dozenten in der universitären Lehre
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In einem Workshop mit Universitatsdozenten bewertete Kennzahlen entwickelt, die die Grundlage fur die Aufbereitung in einem Performance Dashboard bilden. Expand
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Managing the Masses - Developing an Educational Dashboard for Lecturers in Large-Scale Lectures
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The article presents a method to the development of a dashboard for large-scale lectures (more than 100 students) based on information derived from educational IT-applications, which play an increasingly important role in the field of university education. Expand
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