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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/484

Title: Caminatas
Authors: Burgos, Daniel
Keywords: Re-purpose
IMS Learning Design
Unit of Learning
Issue Date: May-2005
Publisher: Open University of The Netherlands
Citation: Online Educa Madrid 2005
Abstract: Caminatas (Burgos, 2004) consists of several stand-alone modules with basic data communication, grouped around a central main module to grant access and share tasks. It has some features to be personalized (user name), some setting-up for the full multi-rom (ambient audio) and some adaptive configuration (visibility of intros just in the first running of every instance). It was scripted and programmed in Flash/Action Script by the author of this paper, together with the publishing company Oxford University Press and has been re-purposed into IMS LD in the Open University of the Netherlands to be used as a base on educational gaming research and IMS LD.
Description: The game consists of three very different moments or sections: Introduction, Game and Goodbye. Introduction involves setting-up the basic requirements of a run, shows the front page and requests the initial personal information of the player. In the Game section, a play of the game is run using the previous data. In the last section, Goodbye, these previously input data are used again, to personalize the closing message. The three sections are single files, stand-alone programmes, which send and receive the input data between them.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/484
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