Interested in Gamification? Share Your Opinions in a Global Survey Conducted by a Winner of the 2015 Wilson Award
Are you interested in sharing your opinions regarding the use of video games to enhance learning outcomes? Dr. José Martí-Parreño, a professor at Universidad Europea de Valencia and winner of the 2015 David A. Wilson Award for Teaching and Learning is conducting a survey to support his research project, “Gamification and Education Innovation: The Role of Emotions and Technology in Higher Education Learning Programs.”
The project aims to develop a better understanding of the effects of gamification – the use of video games and gaming dynamics for learning purposes in education. All professors from Laureate network institutions are invited to take part in this survey and help us to better understand teachers´ perceptions, and attitudes towards gamification. The survey is available online here. It is currently open and will remain open until Jan. 21, 2016. The survey is available in English and Spanish and should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.