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Record number 539469
Title Interaction analysis data of simulation gaming events using the serious game Aqua Republica
Author(s) Jean, Steven; Medema, Wietske; Adamowski, Jan; Chew, Chengzi; Delaney, Patrick; Wals, Arjen
Source Data in Brief 19 (2018). - ISSN 2352-3409 - p. 2315 - 2328.
Department(s) Education and Competence Studies
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2018

The data presented in this article is related to the research article entitled ‘Serious games as a catalyst for boundary crossing, collaboration and knowledge co-creation in a watershed governance context’ (Jean et al., In press) [1]. Understanding the team dynamics related to serious game simulations is critical for understanding the potential uses and functions of these simulations for knowledge co-creation (Medema et al., 2016) [2]. The data was obtained from four independent serious game simulation events and consists of n = 40 participants. Participants were divided into small teams and were then recorded playing the serious game Aqua Republica ( Interactions were tallied and interaction maps created using the visualization software GEPHI ( The interaction maps allow for a visual representation of the progression of interactions over the course of four subsequent phases of gameplay (Jordan and Henderson, 1995) [3].

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