I love my Kindle as much as I am able to love a physical object, and I honestly prefer reading in a Kindle than reading a “real” book. Ever since the first time I ever heard the idea of e-readers, I already knew that I would love them, and it never even crossed my mind […] Continue Reading »
From September 18th to 20th, I had the opportunity to join the Eight European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL 2013), in Paphos, Cyprus. While the main discussions were not directly related to my own research at the moment, it was certainly productive to hear what is going on in the field of TEL, to […] Continue Reading »
As I mentioned previously, I participated in the Eight European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL 2013), in Paphos, Cyprus. I helped on the organization of the Tutorial on Seamless Assessment in SGs, offered by partners of the GaLA project. (For a more complete description of my experience in the conference, check out this post.) Our tutorial took […] Continue Reading »
Such a simple question, and one so difficult to answer. I believe that one must be ready to explain it in 30 seconds, no more. If you can’t explain it in one breath, then it’s probably not clear enough even to yourself. This week marks the end of my first year of the PhD, and […] Continue Reading »
I have just created a public mindmap with the hierarchy (and links) to the ontology described in the excellent Game Ontology Project. The mind map gives a much better visualization of the whole thing. I made the map public, so feel free to edit it and update as needed :) http://www.mindmeister.com/324669511/game-ontology-project Enjoy!
It’s been less than two months since I started my PhD. I’m a new student, and my broad research topic, Serious Games, is also new to me. Unsurprisingly, I’m still unable to see clearly to where I should point my future research, and even less so to identify the thread that connects what I had […] Continue Reading »
I am one of those people. Yes, those, who consider themselves writers. Even though I have never published anything I have written – other than, of course, academic work – I know I am a writer. Because I see my world in prose. When I am especially happy, the prose turns into poetry. I describe […] Continue Reading »