e-VITA Papers und Publikationen

In this table publications and presentations at international level are listed.

 

Date

Conference/ Workshop/ Journal

Location

Title of presentation/paper

Presenter/Author

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February 2011 Research.eu magazine The benefits of storytelling Promoted through the Network of Valencian Universities for the promotion of Research, Development and Innovation (RUVID)

Paper

2010 Handbook of Research on Improving Learning and Motivation through Educational Games: Multidisciplinary Approaches, IGI Global
Game-based learning for knowledge sharing and transfer: the e-VITA approach for intergenerational learning Dimitra Pappa, Ian Dunwell, Aristidis Protopsaltis, Lucia Pannese, Sonia Hetzner, Sara de Freitas, Genaro Rebolledo-Mendez Book chapter

 

01.12.2010 Online Educa Berlin Berlin, Germany "Evaluation results of 4 pedagogical approaches for Serious Games" Roland Hallmeier
November 2010 JET - International Journal: Emerging technologies in learning Creative learning with Serious Games Aristos Protopsaltis, Lucia Pannese, Sonia Hetzner, Dimitra Pappa, Sara de Freita

Paper

October 2010 Checkpoint - elearning web Serious Game about European life Experience http://www.checkpoint-elearning.com/article/8615.html
29.09.2010 EC TEL Conference Barcellona, Spain "User centered interactive workshop on Storytelling and Educational Games in the Learnig Flow." Lucia Pannese, Sonia Hetzner, Dimitra Pappa Serious Games merged WS.pdf

May 2010

Checkpoint-elearning

web

E-VITA Storyboards Real-Life Experiences

 

Paper

22-24.09.2010

3rd World Summit of the Knowledge Society

Corfù (Greece)

“Evaluation of Serious Games: the case of the e-VITA project”

Dimitra Pappa, Lucia Pannese

Paper

15-17.09.2010

Fun and Games conference

Leuven (Belgium)

Workshop “Creative Learning with Serious Games” with call for papers

Aristos Protopsaltis, Sonia Hetzner, Dimitra Pappa, Lucia Pannese

Ws page

09-12.06.2010

EDEN conference

Valencia (Spain)

The use of comunities of practise to create stories for serious games.The experience of the European project e-VITA

Roger Esteller

Poster presentation

09-12.06.2010

EDEN conference

Valencia (Spain)

Workshop “Creative Learning with Serious Games”

Aristos Protopsaltis, Sonia Hetzner, Dimitra Pappa, Lucia Pannese

 

08.06.2010

Prolearn Summer School

Ohrid (Macedonia)

“The e-VITA Serious Games”

Antonio Ascolese, Roland Hallmeier

Presentation

11-12.02.2010

EACEA coordinators meeting

Bruxelles (Belgium)

e-VITA management aspects presented at KA3 meeting; dissemination aspects presented to all

Lucia Pannese

 

Presentation

2009

Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society – special issue about simulations

Nr. 2 2009

Both in EN and IT

“E-VITA life simulations in an intergenerational setting”

 

“E-VITA, simulazioni di vita in ambito intergenerazionale”

Lucia Pannese

& Sonia Hetzner

English paper

 

Italian paper

04/12/2009

ONLINE EDUCA

Berlin (Germany)

“e-VITA, Electronic Life Experiences Based on Storytelling and Serious Games”

Lucia Pannese

 

Presentation

02/12/2009

ONLINE EDUCA

(EACEA pre-conference event)

Berlin (Germany)

“e-VITA, Electronic Life Experiences Based on Storytelling and Serious Games”

Lucia Pannese

 

Ppt

12/10/2009

ECGBL Conference

Graz (Austria)

“Storytelling and Serious Games for Creative Learning in an Intergenerational Setting”

Lucia Pannese

& Sonia Hetzner

Paper

30/09/2009

EC TEL Conference

Nice (France)

e-VITA presentations in “Serious Games Interactive Cafè”

workshop organized by Lucia Pannese with presentations by David Wortley, Roland Hallmeier, Francesca Vender

Ws presentation

October 2009

EDEN Open Classroom

Porto (Portugal)

“Serious Games and Storytelling as an innovative learning tool in the European school 2.0”

Sonia Hetzner

Paper

12/06/2009

EDEN conference – Poster session

Gdansk (Poland)

“E-VITA, an innovative and creative approach to knowledge sharing and transfer in an intergeneration”

Lucia Pannese

Poster presentation

11/06/2009

EDEN conference -

Gdansk (Poland)

“How to make the experiences of older persons attractive for the younger generations?” – presentation in workshop “Creative Technology Enhanced Learning in Later Life" in collaboration with projects: History, eLSe Academy, Eagle, Ianus

 

Lucia Pannese

(workshop organized by Sonia Hetzner)

Ws presentation

28/02/2009

"Society, Integration, Education"

Rezekne (Latvia)


Intergenerational learning through serious games in the e-Vita European project

Roger Esteller

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