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These are the slides from a presentation I gave May 12 at UMHS. Slideshare is experiencing technical difficulties with displaying slide notes, so I would recommend you view the narrated and captioned …

These are the slides from a presentation I gave May 12 at UMHS. Slideshare is experiencing technical difficulties with displaying slide notes, so I would recommend you view the narrated and captioned version located at

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  • 1. open http://www.edheads.org/activities/knee/knee1/index.htm 2. Go to second screen where it asks you to CONTINUE Hi, welcome! A brief announcement about CE credit: If you haven’t already, please swipe your badge so we can give you credit for being here. To get your contact hour, please sign in to mlearning, search for the course code given on the handout and enroll. Take evaluation, and that is all you have to do. We have a lot to cover today, so lets get going. I'm going to talk for a while, then Lisa will talk about Role Playing Games and, Steve Burdick and Kathy Petersen will come up and discuss some specific examples of games they have worked on.

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  • 1. Serious Games Learn While Playing “ Without motivation,there is no learning” – James Paul Gee
  • 2. A rule-based activity involving challenge to reach a goal Debra Lieberman What is a game?
  • 3. Virtual Knee Surgery Link to game Virtual Knee Surgery Click to play game
  • 4. interactivity Stories, Movies Toys, virtual worlds Predefined Storyline Flexible Storyline Games Interactivity More interactivity Less interactivity Virtual Knee Surgery
  • 5. interactivity2 Which knee needs surgery? Remedial feedback Left Knee Right Knee Continue... Interactivity
  • 6. Decision tree Interactivity
  • 7. Labyrinth system Labyrinth
  • 8. Labyrinth2 Labyrinth
  • 9. Imperial college VP Virtual Patient
  • 10. Why games! Why games?
  • 11. No risk to patients No risk to patients
  • 12. Mimic complex scenarios Complexity
  • 13. representation Simulations Games Representation High Fidelity Simplified, Low Fidelity
  • 14. Laerdal Specific objectives
  • 15. Challenge Exploration of open worlds, practice Competition against self, others or clock, risk of loss or “death” Less challenge More challenge
  • 16. Vessel Check Realism?
  • 17. Structure Adventure games Chess Emergence Progression RPG Game Structure
  • 18. Jeopardy “ Edutainment”
  • 19. Millionaire “ Edutainment”
  • 20. JCAHO Trivia “ Edutainment”
  • 21. JCAHO trivia “ Edutainment”
  • 22. Keys to success
    • Know your target audience
    • Clearly defined learning objectives
    • Make them think!
    • Give players effective feedback
    • Use competition to motivate
    Keys to Success
  • 23. effectiveness
    • More conflict > more cognitive learning
    • More challenge > more retention
    • More specific goals > More motivation
    • Better feedback > more motivation
    • Higher fidelity > more motor skill learning
    Effectiveness http://umhscompliance.net/mlearn/games
  • 24. effectiveness
    • More conflict > more cognitive learning
    • More challenge > more retention
    • Better adaptiveness > more strategies
    • Higher fidelity > more motor skill learning
    Effectiveness
  • 25. effectiveness
    • Fantasy level > More fluency in skills
    • More control > More skill-based learning
    • More specific goals > More motivation
    Effectiveness
  • 26. effectiveness
    • Engaging learner imagination crucial to keep learner engaged with game - but they must identify with situations.
    • More representation > more motivation
    • Better feedback > more motivation
    Effectiveness
  • 27.  
  • 28.  
  • 29. Blitzopoly overview
  • 30. Blitzopoly game board
  • 31. Blitzopoly Mr Brown
  • 32. Blitzopoly What should you do