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ProsocialLearn : a digital distribution platform for prosocial games

ProsocialLearn : a digital distribution platform for prosocial games
ProsocialLearn : a digital distribution platform for prosocial games
ProsocialLearn is a digital pro-social games platform. ProsocialLearn consortium aims at delivering a series of disruptive innovations for the production and distribution of pro-social digital games that engage children (7-10 years old), as well as stimulate technology transfer from the games industry to the educational sector. ProsocialLearn will foster the creation of a new market for digital games aimed at increasing social inclusion and academic performance, as well as a distribution channel to deliver these games to children and teachers in European schools. In addition to provide a proven pro-social methodology to design digital games the ProsocialLearn platform makes available a series of application programming interface (APIs), which game developers can use to integrate many of the ProsocialLearn functions into their games, including emotion and engagement monitoring, in-game achievements, games ed on Prosocial Learning Objectives(PLOs) ,
micro-transactions, etc.
225-232
IEEE
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D'Andria, Francesco, Garrido, Jose, Boniface, Michael, Modafferi, Stefano, Crowle, Simon, Middleton, Lee, Apostolakis, Konstantinos, Dimitropoulos, Kosmos and Daras, Petros (2017) ProsocialLearn : a digital distribution platform for prosocial games. In 2017 9th International Conference on Virtual Worlds and Games for Serious Applications (VS-Games) (2017). IEEE. pp. 225-232 .

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Abstract

ProsocialLearn is a digital pro-social games platform. ProsocialLearn consortium aims at delivering a series of disruptive innovations for the production and distribution of pro-social digital games that engage children (7-10 years old), as well as stimulate technology transfer from the games industry to the educational sector. ProsocialLearn will foster the creation of a new market for digital games aimed at increasing social inclusion and academic performance, as well as a distribution channel to deliver these games to children and teachers in European schools. In addition to provide a proven pro-social methodology to design digital games the ProsocialLearn platform makes available a series of application programming interface (APIs), which game developers can use to integrate many of the ProsocialLearn functions into their games, including emotion and engagement monitoring, in-game achievements, games ed on Prosocial Learning Objectives(PLOs) ,
micro-transactions, etc.

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Accepted/In Press date: 9 June 2017
e-pub ahead of print date: 5 October 2017
Published date: 5 October 2017
Venue - Dates: VS-Games 2017: 9th International Conference on Vritual Worlds and Games for Serious Applications, Greece, 2017-09-06 - 2017-09-08

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