Tallinn, Estonia

Design of Serious Games

online course
when 18 January 2021 - 22 January 2021
language English
duration 1 week
credits 2 EC
fee EUR 200

The Digital Learning Games international Master’s programme is offering a one­-week course on designing serious games.

Serious games are games designed for a purpose other than just entertainment. This purpose can relate to defense, education, science, health care, emergency management, urban planning, engineering, politics, and so on. In the Digital Learning Games programme, we combine game design with interaction design and educational psychology to create serious games for education. This short online course is based on some of the material used in the programme.

See also video testimonials from online summer school!
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Course leader

Mikhail Fiadotau is a lecturer in the School of Digital Technologies at Tallinn University, where he primarily teaches in the Digital Learning Games MSc programme.

Target group

This course is for teachers, educational technologists, designers, developers, writers, graphic designers, and everyone else who is interested in serious games and game design.

Course aim

During this intensive course, participants will learn the essentials of designing serious and learning games. Students with different backgrounds from all over the world will form teams and design new serious games from idea to working prototype. Participation in the course does not require programming skills.

Credits info

2 EC
Upon full participation and completion of course work students will be awarded 2 ECTS points and a certificate of completion.

Fee info

EUR 200: Online course fee.