The competency building process of human computer interaction in game-based teaching: Adding the flexibility of an asynchronous format

@article{Emad2013TheCB,
  title={The competency building process of human computer interaction in game-based teaching: Adding the flexibility of an asynchronous format},
  author={Sabine Emad and Wade Halvorson and Alexandra Broillet and Natascha Dunwell},
  journal={IEEE International Professonal Communication 2013 Conference},
  year={2013},
  pages={1-8}
}
This paper builds upon the authors' previous research in which the competency building process of individuals was analyzed in a purely synchronous computer game-based teaching technology. The issue of heterogeneity of speed of adaptation to the learning tool, identified in the synchronous context, is here addressed by introducing the flexibility of an asynchronous format, in which students are given the opportunity to complete the game at their own pace. Experts count game-based teaching among… CONTINUE READING

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