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Build an Innovation Game®

Announcing the next speaker for our WisP2014 conference. Jonathan Clark has a deep understanding of running customer-centric businesses having worked for more than 20 years in international publishing and e-business with Elsevier. 177 more words

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'The Revolution of Fun'

This week I’ve finished my dissertation, called ‘The Revolution of Fun’. It is a study of applied games and fun as highly powerful tools to achieve goals in non-entertainment contexts through motivation and engagement. 186 more words



Definition Of Gamification

Gamification is a concept in which application use game techniques, game concepts and game mechanics in non-game context.

 Consideration Of Gamification

  •  It can have inverse impact on user’s motivation & engagement level if it is not used properly in application…
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I am currently involved in a new challenge: SERIGAMES! Yes,  two colleagues (Raúl Lara Cabrera – programmer and PhD student of mine- and Sergio Castro Sánchez – professional designer) and I want to get fun and for that reason we have decided to translate our scientific knowledge to the industry. 87 more words

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Announcing our 2nd session on the #WisP14 program

We are very proud to announce our second facilitator, Victor Manrique, who will be facilitating the session “From games to gamification: The secret formula of engagement”.   263 more words

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The Bakery: Economy game in WW2 Poland

The Bakery is an economy strategy game built in Unity2D in a month.  The roles I played were producer, designer, and writer- the game mechanics were largely my idea and the story was created and implemented by me.   473 more words

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Teaching: "Serious Games : The Recycling Strategy" by Hélène Michel

Higher education organizations use different strategies when implementing serious games in their learning process.  Each of these strategies aims at reaching specific Key Performance Indicators (from students’ satisfaction to organizational benefits or ROI) and therefore corresponds to different deployment conditions. 890 more words