Undesigned Cooperation within a Serious Game Observations during a Mechanical Engineering Course

@article{Potier2016UndesignedCW,
  title={Undesigned Cooperation within a Serious Game Observations during a Mechanical Engineering Course},
  author={Victor Potier and Pierre Lagarrigue and Michele Lalanne and Catherine Pons-Lelardeux and Michel Galaup},
  journal={2016 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS)},
  year={2016},
  pages={143-147}
}
Observations realized during a course using of a learning game show that a cooperation starts inside the classroom. A social study checks that the cooperation is legitimant although the learning game hasn't been designed for cooperative work. A didactic study gives then an explanation to this unexpected collaboration and shows the importance of the learning context for cooperation. 

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