Educators as Game Developers - Model-Driven Visual Programming of Serious Games

  title={Educators as Game Developers - Model-Driven Visual Programming of Serious Games},
  author={Niroshan Thillainathan and J. Leimeister},
  • Niroshan Thillainathan, J. Leimeister
  • Published in KICSS 2014
  • Computer Science
  • Students use their own mobile devices like laptops, smartphones and tablets to work and study anywhere and anytime. Consequently, there is a high interest in using one’s own mobile devices in the educational context. This presents a chance as well as a challenge for educators, who can now make use of mobile learning for supplying their students with tailored didactical content that is accessible anywhere and anytime. Therefore, in our work, we focus on presenting educational content using… CONTINUE READING
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