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Paper Accepted at GamiFin 2018
Great success for the Critical Information Infrastructures group of Prof. Ali Sunyaev. A paper was accepted for presentation at the 2nd International GamiFin Conference in Pori, Finland.
"The Influence of Gamified Workshops on Students’ Knowledge Retention" by Lisa-Maria Putz, Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin, Horst Treiblmaier, and Ali Sunyaev.
Abstract: Educators frequently face serious problems concerning students’ engagement and knowledge retention. As a proposed solution, gamification represents a new tool for active learning to increase students’ motivation and thus improve their learning results. The goal of this paper is to investigate the effects of gamification on short- and long-term knowledge retention in all-day workshops on sustainable transport. A longitudinal experiment with 334 logistics students was conducted comparing the results of gamified and non-gamified workshops with students as future managers. The results suggest that gamification is an effective measure to increase students’ learning outcomes with respect to sustainable transport.
Citation: Putz, L.; Schmidt-Kraepelin, M.; Treiblmaier, H.; Sunyaev, A. (2018): The Influence of Gamified Workshops on Students’ Knowledge Retention. In: Proceedings of the 2nd International GamiFin Conference, Pori, Finland, May 21 - 23.
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