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<ul><li><p> author(s) of these slides including research results from the KOM research network and TU Darmstadt; otherwise it is specified at the respective slide </p><p>7-Nov-14 </p><p>Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ralf Steinmetz </p><p>KOM - Multimedia Communications Lab </p><p>ACM Workshop on Serious Games, Orlando, 2014 </p><p>Learning Analytics </p><p>and Serious Games: </p><p>Trends and Considerations </p><p>ACM Multimedia Serious Games Workshop Nov 7, 2014 </p><p>Laila Shoukry, M.Sc. Dr. Stefan Gbel </p><p>Laila.shoukry@kom.tu-darmstadt.de stefan.goebel@kom.tu-darmstadt.de </p><p>mailto:Laila.shoukry@kom.tu-darmstadt.demailto:Laila.shoukry@kom.tu-darmstadt.demailto:Laila.shoukry@kom.tu-darmstadt.demailto:stefan.goebel@kom.tu-darmstadt.demailto:stefan.goebel@kom.tu-darmstadt.demailto:stefan.goebel@kom.tu-darmstadt.de</p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 2 </p><p>Serious Games Team </p><p> Stefan Krepp (1.9.14) </p><p> Sabrina Radke </p><p> Robert Konrad </p><p> Christian Reuter, Florian Mehm, Michael Gutjahr, Sandro Hardy, Tim Dutz, Laila Shoukry, Stefan Gbel </p><p> Martin Knll Interdisciplinary research area UNICO, architecture Serious Games </p><p> Urban Health Games since 2011 15 groups EXIST uniworlds </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 3 </p><p>Approach Game technology &amp; concepts </p><p>+ further RTD concepts application areas </p><p>Characteristics </p><p> Real data &amp; real users </p><p> Complex, interdisciplinary </p><p> Fun &amp; Characterizing Goal </p><p> Personalization &amp; adaptation </p><p> Authoring, control &amp; evaluation </p><p>Serious Games Games more than fun </p><p>SG, KWT 2014 </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 4 </p><p>Serious Games Research Field </p><p>Overall Aim: Maximise effects &amp; fun </p><p>characterizing goal (health..) </p><p>user / game experience </p><p>Serious Game </p><p> Game state, game world Game Design, gameplay </p><p> Single / Multiplayer Offline / Online / Mobile </p><p>State Monitoring </p><p> (mobile) sensing Context awareness </p><p> Player state &amp; behaviour Psychophysiologic data </p><p>Knowledge Base </p><p> Description &amp; model for Serious Games Game patterns &amp; interaction templates </p><p> User profile, player / learner model (dynamic) Game Data, e.g. vital data </p><p> (domain) knowledge, situation/adaption base </p><p>Adaptation </p><p> Adaptive control Adaptive gameplay Difficulty adaptation Procedural Content </p><p>Adaptive </p><p>Serious Games </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 5 </p><p>Outline Learning Analytics &amp; Serious Games </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 6 </p><p>Definition What is Learning Analytics ? </p><p>http://edtechreview.in/event/87-webinar/835-can-learning-analytics-enable-personalized-learning </p><p>Learning analytics is the measurement, collection, </p><p>analysis and reporting of data about learners and </p><p>their contexts, for purposes of understanding and </p><p>optimizing learning and the environments in which </p><p>it occurs. George Siemens 2011 </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 7 </p><p>Motivation </p><p>http://www.openequalfree.org/gamification-versus-game-based-learning-in-the-classroom/10082 </p><p>Why Learning Analytics &amp; Serious Games? </p><p> Evaluation of Serious Games </p><p> Justifying expense in learning contexts </p><p> Objective and cost-effective approach </p><p> Evaluation with Serious Games </p><p> Provide a big amount of gameplay data </p><p> Interactive and engaging nature </p><p> Stealth Assessment </p><p> Enable insight about learner attributes </p><p>and learning progress </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 8 </p><p>Conceptual Approach Learning Analytics &amp; SG </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 9 </p><p>Modelling for Learning Analytics in SG </p><p>https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20140320222540-1265384-show-what-you-know-the-future-of-</p><p>competency-based-learning </p><p> Content </p><p> Competence-based Knowledge Space Theory </p><p>(CbKST) </p><p> Requires learning domains to be modelled as a </p><p>prerequisite competency structure </p><p> Users </p><p> Open Learner Model (OLM) </p><p> Presenting to the learner an understandable </p><p>visualization of his current knowledge state </p><p> Proven to improve learning outcomes </p><p> Player Model by Bartle </p><p> Achiever, Explorer, Killer, Socializer </p><p> Content &amp; Users </p><p> Narrative Game-Based Learning Objects (NGLOB) </p><p> Additionally considers player type and narrative </p><p>aspects </p><p> Triple vector: Narrative, Gaming and Learning Context </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 10 </p><p>Conceptual Approach Learning Analytics &amp; SG </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 11 </p><p>Choosing and Capturing Data I </p><p>Recording data depends </p><p>on </p><p> Learning goals, tasks </p><p>and setting </p><p> Game genre, mechanic </p><p>and platform </p><p> Single-Player vs. </p><p>Multiplayer </p><p> additional social </p><p>component in </p><p>collaborative learning </p><p> Fun vs. Learning </p><p>(effects) </p><p>Designing games with </p><p>analytics in mind </p><p>www.storytec.de StoryTec Authoring Environment with StoryPlay Learning Analytics Tool </p><p>http://www.storytec.de/</p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 12 </p><p>Choosing and Capturing Data II </p><p>Data modalities and interactions </p><p> Multimodal Learning Analytics </p><p> Includes biometric data and other multimodal </p><p>data for assessing motivation, fun and </p><p>collaboration aspects in learning settings </p><p> Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning Analytics </p><p> Data of mobile game-based learning appliances </p><p> Interaction with mobile devices </p><p> Considering contextual information </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 13 </p><p>Conceptual Approach Learning Analytics &amp; SG </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 14 </p><p>Aggregating and Analyzing Data </p><p>Aggregation Model </p><p> using semantic rules to map game actions or states to meaningful (machine-readable) </p><p>expressions under which similar events are grouped </p><p>Analyzing data depends on learning context and application </p><p> By instructor (via browser/analyzer) </p><p> Automatic Analysis (for intelligent tutoring systems and adaptive Serious Games) </p><p> Measures to be derived: </p><p> Gaming: general in-game performance, in-game learning, in-game strategies, </p><p>player type </p><p> Learning: general traits and abilities of the learner, general knowledge, situation-</p><p>specific state, learning behaviors, learning outcomes </p><p> Rules and algorithms (applied during learning sessions) governing the interpretation of </p><p>in-game sources of evidence to infer competencies and to update competency models </p><p> Data Mining and Machine Learning approaches can be used for identifying solution </p><p>strategies, error patterns and player goals </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 18 </p><p>Conceptual Approach Learning Analytics &amp; SG </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 19 </p><p>Deploying Results for Learning Analytics in SG </p><p>Visualization </p><p> visualizations of narrative structure, </p><p>player model and skill tree </p><p> graphs, Hasse Diagrams, Heat Maps </p><p> for games, a special need for real-time </p><p>operation, extensibility and </p><p>interoperability </p><p>Adaptation </p><p> macro-adaptivity: system responds by </p><p>choosing the appropriate next learning </p><p>object or narrative event </p><p> micro-adaptivity: adjusting aspects </p><p>within a learning task like task diffculty </p><p>or feedback type </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 21 </p><p>Questions &amp; Contact </p></li><li><p>KOM Multimedia Communications Lab 22 </p><p>References </p><p> N. 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