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Title: EMERGO - Methodology and toolkit for sustainable development of e-cases
Authors: Nadolski, Rob
Keywords: GaLA
EMERGO
serious gaming
toolkit
design
Issue Date: 13-Jul-2011
Abstract: EMERGO provides a method and open source toolkit for an efficient development and delivery of multimedia e-cases that enable the acquisition of complex cognitive skills in higher education. SurfFoundation has partially funded the joint development of e-cases and toolkit by several Dutch institutes in higher education. The OUNL developed EMERGO method and toolkit, provided teacher professionalization for developing and using e-cases, and participated during the development of most e-cases. The EMERGO-toolkit is further developed within current projects. An EMERGO e-case is delivered through the Internet, and often aims learners to - study (together) at a distance - actively acquire complex skills - within the context of a multimedia and realistic practice - through pedagogical-, simulation- and gaming elements - by using a mixture of both embedded and real-life guidance, including peer feedback The lecture will provide an overview of the EMERGO method, the toolkit and its evaluation results with case developers towards usability, and effectiveness of e-cases. Advantages and limitations of the current method and toolkit will be discussed
Description: Nadolski, R. J. (2011, 21 June). EMERGO - Methodology and toolkit for sustainable development of e-cases. Presentation at the GaLA Alignment, School Edinburgh, UK.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/3419
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