Transnational Project Meeting – Cologne [29.08.2022]
For a long time, a TCI network meeting has not been possible. Now at the end we have met in Cologne. Here we summed up the project and negotiated how Take Care will be kept up to date in the future. We also talked about possibilities for follow-up projects in this context. Afterwards, our international partners were given a guided tour of the beautiful city of Cologne and had dinner together.
We are proud to announce that Take Care now has a full English language dubbing! The feature will be available in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store with the next update. We wish our international players a lot of fun while playing!
Journal Publication [1.05.2022]
We are proud to announce that our empirical results on usability at the FHWN site will appear in the September 2022 issue of PADUA.
With thanks to all contributors.
- Optimization of many aspects in relation to feedback from partners
- New playable dialogs
- expanded tutorial
- improved and direct feedback on gameplay
- revised game design
Learning care through play: the digital late shift (16.08.2021)
Take Care is also attracting increasing media attention. We gladly refer to the latest press release and link you to the full article here:
Pflege spielerisch lernen: Die digitale Spätschicht – Wiener Neustadt (meinbezirk.at)
Serious Game Take Care – New Version (28.07.2021)
We are happy to announce that the translation work of the serious game Take Care is coming to an end. Therefore, in the near future a new version of Take Care will be available that will fit the needs of the European partner countries. The language options German, English, Estonian and Lithuanian will be represented. Furthermore, the player can choose on which day he wants to start in the nursing home. Thus, targeted learning units with specific topics can be planned, executed and reflected upon.
Coming soon to app stores on Android and IOS.
Mulitplierevent Austria (20.07.2021)
On 06.07.2021 the event Digitalization in Nursing Education took place at FHWN Austria with participation of the University of Osnabrück. After all participants were welcomed, the project Take Care International (TCI) and the serious game app “Take Care” were presented. Afterwards a new learning event concept with “Take Care” App as medium was presented. This was practically tested with FHWN students from the field of nursing and empirically accompanied. The quantitative and qualitative results of the learning event in combination with the serious game referred to the technology acceptance, the usability and the evaluation of the serious game. Focus group interviews were also used to gather and analyze in-depth insights into the benefits, game enjoyment, and weaknesses of Take Care.
The results provide opportunities for comparison with an earlier survey conducted in Germany by the university and will also be prospectively related to data yet to be collected from Estonia and Lithuania.
National and international publications are currently being planned.