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An Exploratory Study on Outcome Variable for Educational Serious Game
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An Exploratory Study on Outcome Variable for Educational Serious Game
Yoon, Clara; Choi, Hun;
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 Abstract
With the increasing popularity of computer games as a leisure activity, there has been a rise in the interest in the effectiveness of serious games. Many of the earlier researches are focused on evaluation of effects, types, developments of serious games, whereas little is known about the after effects of serious games. The aim of this paper is to examine the previous literatures on serious games in regard to their impacts and outcomes of gaming for the purpose of empirical evidence as impacts and outcomes are needed for exploratory study of variable outcomes of educational serious games. It is worth noting that current review would be used as an outcome indicator for verifying the after effects of both cognitive and educational after the usage of these educational serious games.
 Keywords
Serious Game;Outcome Variable;Education;
 Language
Korean
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