MS8 - First Pilot Validation Instruments

Christina Steiner, Rob Nadolski, Li Yuan, Sarah Humphreys, Barbara Bazzanella, Samuel Mascarenhas

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Abstract

This milestones document reports on the instruments for the evaluation studies on the applied games in the first round pilots, which will be carried out inclose collaboration between WP5 and WP8. In the present document elaborations on the evaluation instruments related to all evaluationlevels are presented. For each of the application scenarios the domain- and use-case-specificmeasures for learning and transfer are explored and discussed individually. For themeasurement of evaluation variables that are not use case- or learning content-specific, thesame or similar instruments will be used across all use cases. The use of shared instrumentsacross pilots will enable general-level comparison between the games. These may becomplemented by additional instruments focusing on aspects of game experience that might beparticularly relevant in a particular use case.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2016

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  • RAGE
  • validation instruments
  • evaluation instruments
  • applied games evaluation

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Steiner, C., Nadolski, R., Yuan, L., Humphreys, S., Bazzanella, B., & Mascarenhas, S. (2016). MS8 - First Pilot Validation Instruments.
Steiner, Christina ; Nadolski, Rob ; Yuan, Li ; Humphreys, Sarah ; Bazzanella, Barbara ; Mascarenhas, Samuel. / MS8 - First Pilot Validation Instruments. 2016.
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