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A Player Model for Adaptive Gamification in Learning Environments

Abstract : Many learning environments are swiftly abandoned by the learners, even if they are effective. Gamification is as a recent game-based learning approach that can enhance the learners’ motiva-tion. However, individual expectations and preferences towards game-like features may be very different from one person to another. This paper presents a model to adapt gamification features according to a player profile of the learners. Two version of this model are evaluated within a gamified online learning environment. The first version comes from experts’ judgment, and the second one is induced from empirical data. Our experiments confirm that the first version can be efficient to predict the player’s preferences among the gamification features.
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Baptiste Monterrat, Michel Desmarais, Elise Lavoué, Sébastien George. A Player Model for Adaptive Gamification in Learning Environments. AIED 2015, Jun 2015, Madrid, Spain. pp. 297-306. ⟨hal-01165497⟩

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