Using an Online Games-Based Learning Approach to Teach Database Design Concepts

@inproceedings{Connolly2006UsingAO,
  title={Using an Online Games-Based Learning Approach to Teach Database Design Concepts},
  author={Thomas M. Connolly and Mark Stansfield and Evelyn McLellan},
  year={2006}
}
The study of database systems is typically core in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes related to computer science and information systems. However, one component of this curriculum that many learners have difficulty with is database analysis and design, an area that is critical to the development of modern information systems. This paper proposes a set of principles for the design of a games-based learning environment to help the learner develop the skills necessary to understand and… CONTINUE READING
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