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On establishing contact with cultural objects
[c197] N.Yiannoutsou, V.Manoli, S.Anastasaki, C.Mavini, E.Dimaraki, N.Avouris, C.Sintoris, (2014), On establishing contact with cultural objects: The role of a location based game in supporting visitors to engage with contemporary art, Proc. 8th International Conference on Interactive Mobile Communication Technologies and Learning, IMCL2014, Thessaloniki, November 2014.
 
Do you remember that building? Exploring old Zakynthos through an augmented reality mobile game

[c196] D.Chalvatzaras, N.Yiannoutsou, C.Sintoris, N.Avouris, Do you remember that building? Exploring old Zakynthos through an augmented reality mobile game, Proc. 8th International Conference on Interactive Mobile Communication Technologies and Learning, IMCL2014, Thessaloniki, November 2014.

 
TaggingCreaditor: A tool to create and share content for location-based games

[c195] C.Sintoris, N.Yiannoutsou, A.Ortega-Arranz, R.López-Romero, M.Masoura, N.Avouris, Y.Dimitriadis, (2014), TaggingCreaditor: A tool to create and share content for location-based games for learning, proc. 8th International Conference on Interactive Mobile Communication Technologies and Learning, IMCL2014, Thessaloniki, November 2014.

 
A Personalised User Authentication Approach based on Individual Differences in Information Processing

[j65]  Belk M., Fidas C., Germanakos P., Samaras G. (2014). "A Personalised User Authentication Approach based on Individual Differences in Information Processing". Interacting with Computers, Oxford University Press,doi: 10.1093/iwc/iwu033

 
Game Design as a context for learning in cultural institutions

[v21] N. Yiannoutsou, N. Avouris, (2014), Game Design as a context for learning in cultural institutions, in C. Caragiannidis, et al. (ed.), Research on e-Learning and ICT in Education, pp 165-177, Springer Science, New York, 2014.

 
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