Hey there TsenSHeng. I was wondering if you could help me given you have a server up and running with an active community playing. I need to speak to someone who knows the game really well as I am researching how people collaborate to learn in the game and how successful it is for building shared knowledge. I have 15 short questions which I could text/call or email. No right or wrong answers. Just insight. This is really important to me and I could do with some help if you are game?
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RE: Worldender | High Collab 2KM² (EU/UK)
Hey - I am looking for some advanced players to observe in some research I am conducting about 'learning and collaboration'. I'd love to stream and watch someone play and hopefully be able to chat through what you are doing and ask a few questions. Would you be interested? This server sounds perfect if there is a lot of collaboration. Even a video of 1 hour of play would be good if I have the option to call and ask questions later......... game?
Anyone prepared to play ECO & film themselves talking through collaborative learning ( I will pay $)?
I'm a Peace Scholar at UNC Chapel Hill. I am studying Peace but also Education and use of games.
I'd really like to explore how players learn through collaboration. Typically I would have to do a study by watching players play, getting them to talk aloud in terms of their interaction with game and others and then do a brief interview afterwards. I would look to watch for 15 mins - 1 hour.
Problem is I don't have access to anyone here as I am from Australia. Ideally I'd watch a group all playing at once in one place but I am happy to do it remotely where you film yourself playing, describe what you are doing (I would give exact guidance) and then I'd do a quick chat on skype. Maximum 1.5 hour interaction including play and interview but as little as 30 mins.
I'm in Chapel Hill so if you happen to be in the area even better.
I could really do with your help.
Empirical Study of Group playing ECO (collaborative learning)
Hi, I am hoping to watch and interview a group playing ECO so that I can ascertain effectiveness of collaboration for learning.
The study can involve me watching for 15-20 minutes of play and asking a few questions or
A teacher setting up a camera to video interactions amongst students and me revising footage interviewing afterwards via skype.
I am a peace scholar at UNC Chapel Hill and Duke Universities and I am researching the benefits of collaboration in games for learning but also want to use similar style games for exploring displacement issues and having players collaborate to find solutions on how to deal with refugees and resource constraints etc in a game environment (thats long term).
It's really hard to find a learner group to study for this so I'd appreciate any help.