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Toward a methodology for serious games design for children with auditory impairments
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The design of a serious game depends on number of factors, including collaboration between different actors, context of use, user profile, and game mechanics. Expand
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Teaching Software Engineering from a Collaborative Perspective: Some Latin-American Experiences
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This paper presents some results of two Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) experiences that involved students of software engineering courses from four Latin American Universities. Expand
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Applying a distributed CSCL activity for teaching software architecture
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This paper introduces a Collaborative and Distributed Learning Activity (CODILA). Expand
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Effectiveness of traditional software requirement elicitation techniques applied in distributed software development scenarios
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In the last years, global software development has grown as a business model and this trend is accentuated. Expand
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A pilot study of nimotuzumab plus single agent chemotherapy as second- or third-line treatment or more in patients with recurrent, persistent or metastatic cervical cancer
Nimotuzumab is a humanized IgG1 monoclonal antibody against the EGFR extracellular domain that has been evaluated in solid tumors as a single agent or in combination with chemotherapy and radiation.Expand
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Agile Software Development Process Applied to the Serious Games Development for Children from 7 to 10 Years Old
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The development of video games is a complex, multidisciplinary process, which involves a number of interactive, educational and psychological factors designed to lead to the fulfillment of educational objectives within a specific context. Expand
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CODILA: A Collaborative and Distributed Learning Activity applied to software engineering courses in Latin American Universities
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This paper introduces a computer-supported Collaborative and Distributed Learning Activity (CODILA) that has been used to allow undergraduate students to acquire not only particular knowledge on software engineering, but also specific competencies or skills to collaborate in a distributed development team. Expand
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Evaluación de un proceso instruccional colaborativo de Ingeniería de Software para ambientes de aprendizaje distribuidos
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Es creciente la tendencia de aplicar conceptos de aprendizaje colaborativo asistido por computador (CSCL, por sus siglas en ingles) en los procesos instruccionales modernos. Expand
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Distributed elicitation of software requirements: An experimental case from Argentina and Colombia
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This paper presents a controlled experiment carried out in a university setting which tries to acquire a better knowledge elicitation stage distributed software requirements, as well as analyzes the use of university settings to perform these validations. Expand
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Are you sure you are happy?
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An annotated literature review of the literature on happiness research in software engineering . Expand
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