For the workshop, original contributions on the topic of gamification can be submitted. Thematically, these should preferably be found in the following areas, but are not limited to these:
- Use of gamification in various contexts such as in training and learning contexts, in business and open science
- Target group-specific use of gamification for different age groups and stages of life, e.g., for children or pensioners
- Analysis of individual game elements and their interactions with each other
- Implementation of gamification for augmented, virtual, or mixed reality
- Definitions and differentiation between gamification and other related fields
- Future of gamification in the spirit of long-term motivation and the preservation of motivation in general
- Novel and agile evaluation methods for gamification effectiveness testing
- Adaptive gamification solutions based on individual user behavior and user characteristics and personality
- Failed gamification projects which provide insight and added value for others
- Ethical aspects and dimensions of gamification
In the second part of the workshop, a discussion on open (research) aspects, further research goals and a future joint approach will take place. The focus will be on networking and, if applicable, the planning of activities around the topic of gamification. We want to realize this using a BarCamp format. For prior coordination, topics should be entered in advance in our Etherpad: https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/gamr2021.
- Link on the conference pages: https://muc2021.mensch-und-computer.de/de/programm/akzeptierte-workshops/#MCI-WS11_4th_International_Workshop_%E2%80%9EGam-R_-_Gamification_Reloaded
- Link for submission: https://www.conftool.com/muc2021/index.php?page=newPaper&form_contributiontypeID=136&newpaper=true
- Language: German or English
- Length: 4-8 pages including references, not anonymised
- Template: https://muc2021.mensch-und-computer.de/en/call-for-papers-overview/authoring-guidelines-and-templates/ – ACM two-column format
- BarCamp proposals in advance for presentations: https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/gamr2021
- Deadline: 04.06.2021 – this is the final deadline, there won’t be any extension!
- Notification about acceptance or rejection: 18.06.2021
- Submission of the final paper: 02.07.2021
- Workshop: 05.09.2021
- Workshop: 05.09.2021
The selected papers will be included in the Mensch und Computer workshop proceedings. With the submitted paper, at least one author agrees to present the paper at the workshop.
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