Um estudo sobre recomendações para o design de jogos educacionais multiplayer


Jogos educacionais multiplayer têm o potencial de promover engajamento, colaboração e debate em processos de aprendizagem mais ativos e significativos. Com o intuito de conhecer recomendações que apoiem o design de jogos educacionais multiplayer foi conduzido um estudo realizado em 3 etapas: (i) um mapeamento sistemático da literatura, conduzido com o intuito de conhecer o estado da arte de recomendações para o design de jogos multiplayer; (ii) uma análise de jogos educacionais multiplayer, com o objetivo de verificar se as recomendações identificadas no mapeamento têm sido empregadas nos jogos educacionais disponíveis; (iii) um estudo sobre o design de jogos educacionais colaborativos, com o intuito de aprofundar a análise de recomendações com foco no design dos jogos multiplayer que promovam a colaboração. Com os estudos conduzidos foi possível consolidar um conjunto inicial de recomendações para o design de jogos educacionais multiplayer.
Palavras-chave: design de jogos, recomendações de design, jogo educacional, jogo multiplayer


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ZIVIANI, Patricia; BEDER, Delano Medeiros; OTSUKA, Joice Lee. Um estudo sobre recomendações para o design de jogos educacionais multiplayer. In: SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE INFORMÁTICA NA EDUCAÇÃO (SBIE), 33. , 2022, Manaus. Anais [...]. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, 2022 . p. 427-439. DOI: