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sessions. The results of investigating the learning
outcomes are not always straight forward - they
are dependent on the prior knowledge of partici-
pants; and non-homogeneous groups introduce
other factors. The problem with using objective
metrics is that it is very difficult to measure the
learning outcome on soft skills and also there is
a problem to measure to what extent the learners
have learned how to gather information and apply
it afterwards, i.e. to construct their own knowledge.
Since this is important for experiential learning this
is a future topic for further research. Nevertheless,
we can show positive learning effects of serious
games. We strongly recommend that monitoring
tools are built into serious games that allow the
progress of participants to be monitored during
game play. Such monitoring can then be used to
enter unexpected events into the game to push
participants' learning in the required direction.
Further, the inclusion of performance indicators
allows both participants and facilitators to point
the learning in the required direction.
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