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Serious Games Network

Type: Lifelong Learning Programme, Key Action 3 Year: 2011 Partners:  Accord International sro, Andamio Education and Techonology s. l., Cordia a.s., Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, KAHO Sint-Lieven, University of Ljubljana, University of Central Lancashire, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad de Zaragoza, University of Thessaly, Virtual Campus Ld

 

 

The Need:

The Serious Games Network (SEGAN) project looks to systematize the European approach to Serious Games, combining theory, research and practice in a way that promotes Europe as the leader in this field. This network methodology is mostly based on the design and development of the tools that support the Community of Practice and seek to develop it into a full grown European Association.

The Solution:

The Serious Games Network project has developed a Community of Practice on the Serious Games subject. The main objective is to create a stable (but expanding) consortium to exchange ideas and experiences related to Serious Games. This network is supported by virtual tools and face to face events, in order to increase the visibility and awareness of the benefits and impacts of Serious Games for learning, and contribute to its uptake and efficient use.

Who's Who?

  • Accord International s.r.o. provides highly professional consulting and training services in the areas of education, culture, support to SMEs, etc.
  • Andamio Education and Technology is an SME based in Valencia, Spain, founded in 2009, which provides support and consultancy in the field of education, with a special focus on the integration of new, and older technologies .
  • Cordia a.s. cooperates with public, private and non-governmental organizations in Slovakia and the European Union in the field of consultancy and assistance.
  • Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto contributes to the achievement of sustainable development, by creating and transmitting applied knowledge and has more than a hundred partnerships within the European Space of Higher Education.
  • KAHO Sint-Lieven is a university college in Flanders whose research contributes to the main tasks of KaHo Sint-Lieven – education, research and service to society.
  • The University of Ljubljana is the oldest, largest, and internationally best ranked university in Slovenia. The University is very active in international research and education programs – as of 2012, it has cooperated in 419 EU projects
  • The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is a world class institution, recognised with its inclusion in the 2010 QS World Rankings - with 11 areas of research judged ‘world leading’ in the most recent Research Assessment Exercise
  • The research group is part of the the Complutense University of Madrid with a focus on developing methods, techniques and tools to simplify the production and maintenance of standards-compliant educational applications and e-learning systems.
  • The University of Zaragoza is the main centre of technological innovation in the Ebro Valley and has great prestige among the group of both Spanish and European universities it has relations with.
  • The main mission of the University of Thessaly is the promotion of scientific knowledge through research and the contribution to the cultural and economic development of the local community and wider society
  • The Virtual Campus, located in Porto, North Portugal, is a consulting and development company in the areas of Information Systems and Technology Enhanced Learning

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Website:

http://seriousgamesnet.eu

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