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StoryTec and StoryPlay as Tools for Adaptive Game-Based Learning Research

Author:Laila Shoukry, Christian Reuter, Florian Mehm
Date:April 2014
Kind:In proceedings - use for conference & workshop papers
Publisher:Springer International Publishing
Address:Darmstadt, Germany
Book title:Games for Training, Education, Health and Sports
Editor:Stefan Göbel, Josef Wiemeyer
Number of characters:3380
Research Area(s):Serious Games
Abstract:In this session we will discuss different ways in which the StoryTec framework´s suite of tools can be helpful for researchers in the field of Adaptive Games Based Learning. From initial prototyping stages of complex, adaptive learning adventure games to authoring, cross-platform-publishing and evaluation of such projects, StoryTec offers a handful of useful research-based tools which make the process faster and team collaboration easier.
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