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|Author||Camuñas-García D.; Cáceres-Reche M.P.; Cambil-Hernández M.D.L.E.
|Title||Maximizing Engagement with Cultural Heritage through Video Games|
Camuñas-García D.; Cáceres-Reche M.P.; Cambil-Hernández M.D.L.E. Maximizing Engagement with Cultural Heritage through Video Games,Sustainability (Switzerland) 15 3
|Keywords||cognition; cultural heritage; education; learning; university sector; videography
|Link to article|| https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85147972671&doi=10.3390%2fsu15032350&partnerID=40&md5=c60e6c60731eda74b4f29bf8bcfe299e
|Abstract||This paper aims to provide a framework for creating and analyzing cultural heritage games, with the intention of maximizing players’ cognitive, emotional, and behavioral engagement with digital heritage. To achieve this, a set of game design characteristics was identified through semi-structured interviews with experts (n = 16) and subsequently validated through a discussion with university students (n = 19). Grounded theory was then applied to the comments of the experts to create a framework of ten fundamental characteristics, divided into three dimensions: cognitive, emotional, and behavioral. Additionally, an assessment of the literature was conducted to explain and support the inclusion of each game component. © 2023 by the authors.