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The Eduventure-A New Approach of Digital Game Based Learning Combining Virtual and Mobile Augmented Reality Game Episodes

  title={The Eduventure-A New Approach of Digital Game Based Learning Combining Virtual and Mobile Augmented Reality Game Episodes},
  author={Peter Ferdinand and Stefan M{\"u}ller and Tobias Ritschel and Ulrich Wechselberger},
The availability of mixed reality technologies on mobile computer devices and the high motivational capability of computer games motivated the invention of the Eduventure. The approach combines the idea of digital game based learning with the usage of new mixed reality technologies in a pedagogically reflected way. Thus it has got a unique dual mode structure, which combines virtual and real life game episodes in a synergy as blended learning. Learning is esteemed as a person’s active knowledge… 

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