The interplay of game elements with psychometric qualities, learning, and enjoyment in game-based assessment
Yoon Jeon Kim, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, United States ; Valerie J. Shute, Florida State University, United States
Computers & Education Volume 87, Number 1, ISSN 0360-1315 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Educators today are increasingly interested in using game-based assessment to assess and support students' learning. In the present study, we investigated how changing a game design element,
Kim, Y.J. & Shute, V.J. (2015). The interplay of game elements with psychometric qualities, learning, and enjoyment in game-based assessment. Computers & Education, 87(1), 340-356. Elsevier Ltd.
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