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Florian Berger

Implementing High-Resolution Adaptivity in Game-based Learning

Adaptivity has long been a key demand for e-learning, but is still far from being an understood feature in game-based learning. Simply transferring paradigms from adaptive e-learning does not suffice, as digital games are highly interactive real-time systems. We are implementing an educational game with real-time adaptivity, based on a generic architecture. The game frequently adapts to over- and under-performers at runtime. After completion, the adaptivity component will be subject to layered evaluation and a controlled trial.

Kurzer Lebenslauf

Florian Berger is a doctoral candidate at the University of Education Weingarten, Germany. His research topics are adaptive educational games and interactive storytelling. Currently he is a visiting PhD student at the Center for Computer Games Research, ITU Copenhagen, funded by the DAAD.


Pädagogische Hochschule Weingarten
Kirchplatz 2
88250 Weingarten