Online learning readiness and attitudes towards gaming in gamified online learning – a mixed methods case study
International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education, July 2018
Klaudia Bovermann, Joshua Weidlich, Theo Bastiaens
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|Student > Doctoral Student||18||5%|
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|Business, Management and Accounting||23||7%|
|Arts and Humanities||22||6%|
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