Gamification

Gamification Gamification er en kommunikationsform, hvor “spilelementer anvendes i en ikke-spil-kontekst” og med et andet formål end blot at underholde (Deterding m.fl. 2011). Spilelementerne i gamification er kendte spilmekanikker, spilæstetikker og spilkonventioner fra analoge og digitale spil. Gamification har til formål at fremme deltagelse og engagement hos en målgruppe gennem et strategisk samspil mellem spilelementer, […]

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Supplerende læsning

Ferrara 2012, McGonigal 2011, Montola, Stenros, & Waern 2009, Ritterfeld, Cody & Vorderer 2009

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