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作者Hsu,Tien-Yu;Liang,Hsin-Yi;Chiou,Chuang-Kai;Tseng,Judy. C.R
出版日期2018
著作名稱CoboChild: a blended mobile game-based learning service for children in museum contexts
刊名Data Technologies and Applications
52
3
頁數294-312
被收錄索引SSCI
主題博物館學;科學教育
關鍵字blended learning;game-based learning; mobile learning;contexual model of learning
摘要Purpose
The purpose of this paper is to develop a blended mobile game-based learning service called CoboChild Mobile Exploration Service (hereinafter CoboChild) to support children’s learning in an environment blending virtual game worlds and a museum’s physical space. The contextual model of learning (CML) was applied to consider the related influential factors affecting museum learning and to promote children’s continuous learning and revisit motivations.
Design/methodology/approach
CoboChild provides a thematic game-based learning environment to facilitate children’s interactions with exhibits and other visitors. A practical system has been implemented in the National Museum of Natural Science (NMNS), Taiwan. A questionnaire was used to examine whether CoboChild can effectively fulfill the CML and to evaluate the impacts on museum learning.
Findings
CoboChild effectively fulfilled the CML to facilitate children’s interactive experiences and re-visit motivations in the blended mobile game-based learning environment. Most children described the system as providing fruitful playfulness while improving their interpretations of exhibitions and learning experiences.
Practical implications
CoboChild considers the related contextual influences on the effective support of children’s learning in a museum, and builds a child-centered museum learning environment with highly integrated blended learning resources for children. CoboChild has been successfully operating in the NMNS since 2011.
Originality/value
This study developed a blended mobile game-based learning service to effectively support children’s learning in museum contexts. The related issues are shown to improve the design of blended museum learning services. This innovative approach can be applied to the design of other child-centered services for engaging children’s interactive experiences in museums.
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1108/DTA-05-2016-0042
系統號NO000006119

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