Facebook Twitter

How can gaming principles be used in research? This is a fascinating area that I know Tom Ewing has been spending some time thinking about. I haven’t, but a combination of some frustrations on a project and reading this excellent presentation, entitled “Pawned. The gamification of surveys « Curiously Persistent The gamification of surveys « Curiously Persistent
Gamification Summit 2011 -
41,068 views 1 billion gamers are set to join the market in the next 10 years. They will be getting more and more mobile and especially in the emerging markets. Wouldn't it be great if we could tap into the 3 ... Engagement through Gamification Engagement through Gamification
Fun is the Future: Mastering Gamification
ecker2010persuasive - Publication Details - Media Informatics
Gamification Workshop 2010
Sixty-two Reasons Why "Gamification" Is Played Out | Co.Design Sixty-two Reasons Why "Gamification" Is Played Out | Co.Design "Game mechanics" are the new digital hotness these days. Fueled by business books like Total Engagement, successful apps like Foursquare, and presentations-gone-viral like Jesse Schell's "gamepocalypse" talk, it seems like every damn thing on the Internet is getting some gamelike interaction grafted onto it like a cyborg appendage. And Sebastian Deterding, a designer and researcher at Hamburg University, has had enough. He distilled his thoughts on "gamification and its discontents" into an embeddable 62-slide presentation that's pithy and pretty in equal measure. Deterling attacks the gamification trend from a variety of angles, but his argument boils down to this: points, badges, and leaderboards do not a true game make. What they do make is distraction, confusion, and obsession with "fake achievement."
User: flashcard12
Pawned. Gamification and Its Discontents
Home | BigDoor Media