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Publications by CSIG

2020

Helping software developers through live software metrics visualization

Authors
Fernandes, S; Restivo, A; Ferreira, HS; Aguiar, A;

Publication
Conference Companion of the 4th International Conference on Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming

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2020

Programming'20: 4th International Conference on the Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming, Porto, Portugal, March 23-26, 2020

Authors
Aguiar, A; Chiba, S; Boix, EG;

Publication
Programming

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2020

Authoring Game-Based Learning Activities that are Manageable by Teachers

Authors
Cardoso, P; Morgado, L; Coelho, A;

Publication
ERCIM NEWS

Abstract
The great ambition of using games as the cornerstone of education is hindered by its associated teaching workload. The BEACONING project developed a framework based on an authoring tool for gamified lesson paths, which has been rolled-out in large scale across Europe. It includes stages for planning game-based educational activities, plus their deployment, monitoring, and assessment.

2020

A gamification platform to foster energy efficiency in office buildings

Authors
Iria, J; Fonseca, N; Cassola, F; Barbosa, A; Soares, F; Coelho, A; Ozdemir, A;

Publication
Energy and Buildings

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2020

Introduction to the Special Issue on Technology-Based Writing Instruction: A Collection of Effective Tools

Authors
Limpo, T; Nunes, A; Coelho, A;

Publication
JOURNAL OF WRITING RESEARCH

Abstract
This article introduces a Special Issue that gathers a collection of effective tools to promote the teaching and learning of writing in school-aged and university students, across varied contexts. The authors present the theoretical rationale and technical specificities of writing tools aimed at enhancing writing processes (e.g., spelling, revising) and/or at providing writers with automated feedback to improve the implementation of those processes. The tools are described in detail, along with empirical data on their effectiveness in improving one or more aspects of writing. All articles conclude by indicating future directions for further developing and evaluating the tools. This Special Issue represents an important contribution to the field of technology-based writing instruction, in a moment in which online teaching and learning tools have shifted from being an instructional asset to a necessity. We hope that in the future the validation of each tool can be expanded by reaching out to different populations and cultural contexts.

2020

Serious Pervasive Games

Authors
Coelho, A; Rodrigues, R; Nóbrega, R; Jacob, J; Morgado, L; Cardoso, P; Zeller, Mv; Santos, L; de Sousa, AA;

Publication
Frontiers in Computer Science

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