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Title: Transferring an Outcome-Oriented Learning Architecture to an IT Learning Game
Authors: Schmitz, Birgit
Klemke, Roland
Totschnig, Michael
Czauderna, André
Specht, Marcus
Keywords: outcome-oriented learning
IT Knowledge
learning game
Immersive Learning
Issue Date: 12-Dec-2011
Abstract: Today's technology enhanced learning scenarios focus on outcome-oriented delivery of learning processes, contents, and services. Also, learners increasingly demand for innovative and motivating learning scenarios that match their habits of using media. The European project ICOPER researches outcome-oriented learning infrastructures for higher education contexts. The German BMBF-project SpITKom aims at transferring such approaches to basic qualification. Based on a Browser Game, it uses ICOPER's technical infrastructure which combines learning object metadata repositories, learning outcome repositories, learning design repositories and learner profile repositories. This paper initially depicts the technical infrastructure of an outcome-oriented learning scenario that was developed in the course of ICOPER and then outlines its transformation to the game-based learning approach as realized in the course of SpITKom.
Description: Schmitz, B., Klemke, R., Totschnig, M., Czauderna, A., & Specht, M. (2011, 23 September). Transferring an outcome-oriented learning architecture to an IT learning game. Presented at the 6th European conference on Technology enhanced learning: towards ubiquitous learning (EC-TEL 2011), Palermo, Italy.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/3862
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