Enabling Educators to Design Serious Games - A Serious Game Logic and Structure Modeling Language

@inproceedings{Thillainathan2013EnablingET,
  title={Enabling Educators to Design Serious Games - A Serious Game Logic and Structure Modeling Language},
  author={Niroshan Thillainathan and H. Hoffmann and Eike M. Hirdes and J. Leimeister},
  booktitle={EC-TEL},
  year={2013}
}
  • Niroshan Thillainathan, H. Hoffmann, +1 author J. Leimeister
  • Published in EC-TEL 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Serious games are applications combining educational content with gameplay by integrating learning objectives into a game-like environment to keep up the player's motivation to continue playing, and hence learning. This characteristic is highly sought after in educational contexts, making serious games a big asset for didactics [1]. Offering new learning contents through a game not only induces higher motivation, employing serious games can also yield higher learning success than presenting… CONTINUE READING
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