Part of the Advances in Game-Based Learning book series (AGBL)
Students’ Perception of Gamification in Learning and Education
Let’s see how our students perceive gamification in learning and education settings.
Let’s find out how people behave in games.
Let’s understand why some game players misbehave within a game.
KeywordsFramework Story Dynamics Mechanics Technology
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