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RISTI - Revista Ibérica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informação

versão impressa ISSN 1646-9895

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KIKOT, Tatiana; FERNANDES, Silvia  e  COSTA, Gonçalo. Potential of game-based learning: A case study at the University of Algarve. RISTI [online]. 2015, n.16, pp.17-29. ISSN 1646-9895.  http://dx.doi.org/10.17013/risti.16.17-29.

Current cases and challenges include new ways of learning and skills' development. It is increasingly necessary to invest on ourselves in terms of competences and creativity. Games and simulations, possibly associated with virtual environments, represent a potential for new careers or adaptations. A case is the game Cesim Simbrand which involves students in a virtual marketing environment where they get unmatched experience on teamwork and problem solving. Most students surveyed referred the result of greater involvement in learning associated with the realistic dynamics of the game. Such games can be complemented with virtual worlds and augmented reality in order to analyze the integration in other activities/ businesses or other contexts. This will have implications to consider in programs, modes of teaching/learning, learning locations and potential careers.

Palavras-chave : games; simulations; higher education; learning; augmented reality.

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