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All rise!Multiple perspectives on serious gameevaluationHeide Lukosch, Harald Warmelink, Rens KortmannInternational Simula...
10-07-12DelftUniversity ofTechnologyChallenge the future
Why should we evaluate    such a game? How can we evaluate    such a game?                         3 | 17
StructureStarting pointsUnderstanding of Serious GamesThe Evaluation of Serious GamesOur Court Game WorkshopMultiple Persp...
Starting Points                                                                   Image: forresterblogs.seriousgamingDisag...
Understanding of (Serious) GamesGames as tools to supportprocesses of  Organizational change  Decision Making  Learning  P...
The Evaluation of (Serious) GamesInfluenced by social sciencesTheory based evaluationDesign perspectiveAnalytical perspect...
The evaluation of (Serious) GamesIncreasing interest in Serious Games DevelopmentA lot of money is spentStill less is know...
Our Court Game WorkshopRole-play to facilitate a discussionTwo opposite perspectives(plaintiff and defendant)representing ...
Our Court Game WorkshopStructured approach, applied to a role-play                                                        ...
Our Court Game WorkshopDutch Civil LawGame industry association(plaintiff)Game company(defendant)Expert WitnessesAdditiona...
Our Court Game WorkshopItems to discuss:  Types of measured variables  Number of measuring  instruments  Number of respond...
Multiple perspectives on EvaluationEvaluation of effects problematicEvaluation of the designpossibleValue of Evaluation it...
The Contribution of Social SystemsTheory                     Economics     Arts                Sciencesobserve            ...
ConclusionsThe way we look at evaluationof games and simulations in our research groupTools for changeHow can gamesinfluen...
ConclusionsMultiple perspectives are relatedto distinct parts of modern society:  Science  Economics  ArtsUnderstood as pa...
Discussion  Types of measured variables  Number of measuring instruments  Number of respondents  Use of theory  Objectivit...
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  1. 1. All rise!Multiple perspectives on serious gameevaluationHeide Lukosch, Harald Warmelink, Rens KortmannInternational Simulation and Gaming Association Conference 2012 10-07-12 Delft University of Technology Challenge the future
  2. 2. 10-07-12DelftUniversity ofTechnologyChallenge the future
  3. 3. Why should we evaluate such a game? How can we evaluate such a game? 3 | 17
  4. 4. StructureStarting pointsUnderstanding of Serious GamesThe Evaluation of Serious GamesOur Court Game WorkshopMultiple Perspectives on Serious Game EvaluationThe Contribution of Social Systems TheoryConclusions and Discussion 4 | 17
  5. 5. Starting Points Image: forresterblogs.seriousgamingDisagreements on a properevaluation method within the communityEvaluation is needed to increasethe quality of serious gamesWhich perspectives on serious game evaluation do exist? 5 | 17
  6. 6. Understanding of (Serious) GamesGames as tools to supportprocesses of Organizational change Decision Making Learning Policy makingWhat are preconditions and effects? Images: CharliePapa simulation Game; Craft Game, | 17 6 Kenteq, NL
  7. 7. The Evaluation of (Serious) GamesInfluenced by social sciencesTheory based evaluationDesign perspectiveAnalytical perspectiveFocus on learning effects of a game Images: CharliePapa simulation Game; TU Delft game17 7 | session
  8. 8. The evaluation of (Serious) GamesIncreasing interest in Serious Games DevelopmentA lot of money is spentStill less is known aboutproper evaluation methodsOften pre- and post-assesments are conductedto find proof for effectivenessInput – Proces – Output model Images: CharliePapa simulation Game; TU Delft game17 8 | session
  9. 9. Our Court Game WorkshopRole-play to facilitate a discussionTwo opposite perspectives(plaintiff and defendant)representing our hypothesis:existence of economic andscientific perspectiveGroup discussions Image: DIGRA Court role play 9 | 17 workshop
  10. 10. Our Court Game WorkshopStructured approach, applied to a role-play e Introduction Presentation Facilitated f rol AlternativesIdentification Analysis of of the group positions discussion Summary Presentation le of results o n ro Conclusions ole De-Briefing on r n ro le e o off rol Based on Kolfschoten/De Vreede, 17 10 | 2009
  11. 11. Our Court Game WorkshopDutch Civil LawGame industry association(plaintiff)Game company(defendant)Expert WitnessesAdditional Material Image: DIGRA Court role play workshop 11 | 17
  12. 12. Our Court Game WorkshopItems to discuss: Types of measured variables Number of measuring instruments Number of respondents Use of theory Objectivity of evaluation Image: DIGRA Court role play workshop 12 | 17
  13. 13. Multiple perspectives on EvaluationEvaluation of effects problematicEvaluation of the designpossibleValue of Evaluation itself?A third, „arts“ perspective emerged Image: Dijk Patrouille game 13 | 17
  14. 14. The Contribution of Social SystemsTheory Economics Arts Sciencesobserve Serious Games 14 | 17
  15. 15. ConclusionsThe way we look at evaluationof games and simulations in our research groupTools for changeHow can gamesinfluence changeprocesses? Image: Craft Game, 15 | 17 NL Kenteq,
  16. 16. ConclusionsMultiple perspectives are relatedto distinct parts of modern society: Science Economics ArtsUnderstood as paradigms,could they influence researchon serious games? Image: www.designingasociety.net 16 | 17
  17. 17. Discussion Types of measured variables Number of measuring instruments Number of respondents Use of theory Objectivity of evaluation more items ?Any more perspectives to consider? 17 | 17
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