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Applying gamification techniques to enhance effectiveness of video-lessons

Posted on 27 Oct 2015 with 0 comments
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Gamification techniques are commonly used in e-learning to enhance the effectiveness of educational activities and the learners’ partaking. In fact, owing to the engagement effect, they can improve learning processes in diverse disciplines, empowering the traditional methods of acquisition of competences and skills. This approach is giving results in informal education activities both in traditional Learning Management Systems and in Massive Open Online Course platforms, mostly based on the consumption of video- lessons. In this context, the authors describe the gamification-oriented design choices made for the realization of a video-course for the training on the use of office automation software programs.


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