Iza Marfisi-Schottman

Associate Professor in Computer Science

Designing Games for Education


Mobile Learning Game (MLG) Editor

Enabling teachers to design their own games

For this project, our objective is to design an authoring tool to enable museum curators, teachers or tourist office employees to create Learning Games, to be used on smartphones, which are adapted to their specific pedagogical context and educational material (e.g. paintings, trees, mushrooms, archeologic sites). These games are based on three effective game patterns (live action role-playing games, mystery games and treasure hunts) and incorporate a wide range of collaborative and situated activities.

"Towards an Efficient Mobile Learning Game Design Model", ECGBL 2015, in press

Éléments pour la conception de Jeux Éducatifs sur Mobile”, EIAH 2015

Modèles de jeux sérieux collaboratifs et mobiles”, EIAH 2015

Supporting Teachers to Design and Use Mobile Collaborative Learning Games”, ML 2014

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Project Infomation:

Date: 2015 – ongoing

Implication: participant

Partners: LIUM lab (France), 44Screens (Italy, France and Canada) and LICEF lab (Canada)

Last update June 2015 Credits