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WP4 – Serious Game Tool                          March 2012
Topics The Sustainability Game Sustainability Rating Tool Memory Game Discussion
ASPIS Objectives   promote    learning for public participation in urban planning   increase    awareness on the sustain...
Game OverviewSingle Player Role Playing Game based around          Architectural Student Peter
QuestsQuests are mini-games increasing in complexity
Example QuestsUnderstanding the needs of multiple users and      identification of park user groups
Collecting Suggestions Matching user needs to suggestions
Gathering EvidenceCategorising issues and problems
Involving NGO Stakeholders   Helping to launch voluntary programs
Gaining Public SupportHelping to develop communication skills
Identifying and Resolving Conflict       Analysis and understanding skills
Budget Management   Best value for money
Sustainability Rating Tool       Student User Form
Evaluation Matrix – Global Report          Summary of Ratings
Memory GameAdding Fun and a Gateway to Discussion
Summary Sustainability Game  Introduces sustainability concepts  Based on learning by doing  Raises conflicts of interest...
WP4 – Serious Game Tool                          March 2012
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This was the presentation del;ivered at the ASPIS Workshop at the SGI in Coventry in March 201

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Aspis presentation

  1. 1. WP4 – Serious Game Tool March 2012
  2. 2. Topics The Sustainability Game Sustainability Rating Tool Memory Game Discussion
  3. 3. ASPIS Objectives promote learning for public participation in urban planning increase awareness on the sustainability of open public spaces stimulate dialogue between urban citizens and professionalarchitects and planners with a focus on the sustainability issue
  4. 4. Game OverviewSingle Player Role Playing Game based around Architectural Student Peter
  5. 5. QuestsQuests are mini-games increasing in complexity
  6. 6. Example QuestsUnderstanding the needs of multiple users and identification of park user groups
  7. 7. Collecting Suggestions Matching user needs to suggestions
  8. 8. Gathering EvidenceCategorising issues and problems
  9. 9. Involving NGO Stakeholders Helping to launch voluntary programs
  10. 10. Gaining Public SupportHelping to develop communication skills
  11. 11. Identifying and Resolving Conflict Analysis and understanding skills
  12. 12. Budget Management Best value for money
  13. 13. Sustainability Rating Tool Student User Form
  14. 14. Evaluation Matrix – Global Report Summary of Ratings
  15. 15. Memory GameAdding Fun and a Gateway to Discussion
  16. 16. Summary Sustainability Game Introduces sustainability concepts Based on learning by doing Raises conflicts of interest Uses multiple GBL techniques Offers incentives for success Sustainability Rating Tool Designed to facilitate understanding of issues Useful for teachers
  17. 17. WP4 – Serious Game Tool March 2012

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