Call for paper - Vol.11, n.3, 2015
GAMIFICATION AND SERIOUS GAME FOR LEARNING
Teresa Roselli, University of Bari, Italy
Veronica Rossano, University of of Bari, Italy
July, 20th 2015 Initial manuscripts due
August 31st 2015 Notification and Review Comments
September, 15th 2015 Camera Ready manuscript due
September, 2015 Special Issue published
The special issue focuses on the challenges and opportunities that gamification and serious game present for the educational processes. The papers should describe multidisciplinary research experimentations and collaboration on advanced digital gaming technologies and components (including game engines, emergent narrative, virtual characters, interaction systems and alternative human-machine interfaces, 3D, textures, models for simulations, game design, learner profiles, emotional models, etc.) produced by and for the traditional digital game industry but applied into education context. Application scenarios will focus on learning and skills acquisition in formal and informal education.
The objective of this special issue is to bring actual theoretical and applied researches in the fields of gamification and serious game in education.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Game mechanics and dynamics for learning
Gamification methodology and processes in education
Strategies and tools for gamification and serious game in education
Cost and benefits of gamification and serious game in education
Human cognition and performance related to gamification
Gamified learning and training
Legal and ethical issues of gamification
Serious games-based smart e-learning
Best practices and case studies on gamification and serious game
Smart gamification (fusion of smart technology and serious games)
Use of gamification and serious game for education in: e-health, marketing, politics, fitness, etc.
Human computer interaction in game design
User engagement and motivational factors of gamification and serious game
All submitted papers will be subject to a selection mechanism based on a double blind review.
Language: all contributions/papers must be written in English
Author Guidelines: http://www.je-lks.org/ojs/index.php/Je-LKS_EN/about/submissions
The Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society (Je-LKS) (eISSN 1971-8829) is published by the Italian Society of e-Learning since 2005 and in 2014 has published its tenth volume, consisting of three numbers (their output is four months). Je-LKS is indexed, among other things, on AACE-EdITLib, Scopus, Elsevier, DOAJ, IET Inspec, CiteFactor and in 2014 reached a h-index of 15 (Publish or Perish based on Google Scholar database).