The Elektra Project: Towards a New Learning Experience

@inproceedings{KickmeierRust2006TheEP,
  title={The Elektra Project: Towards a New Learning Experience},
  author={Michael D. Kickmeier-Rust and Daniel Schwarz and Dietrich Albert and Dominique Verpoorten and Jean-Loup Castaigne and Matthias Bopp},
  booktitle={USAB},
  year={2006}
}
Digital game-based learning is a hot topic of research and development. Since the advent of computer and video games, educators were inherently interested in utilizing the beneficial aspects of computer games for educational purposes. These factors are primarily the intrinsic motivation of games, immersive environments, engaging stories, and an artful balance between challenges and continuously growing abilities. Proponents of computer games delivered a large number of empirical investigations… CONTINUE READING

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