A Descriptive Literature Review and Classification Framework for Gamification in Information Systems
Gamification evolved to one of the most important trends in technology and therefore gains more and more practical and scientific notice. Yet academia lacks a comprehensive overview of research, even though a review of prior, relevant literature is essential for advancing knowledge in a field. Therefore a novel classification framework for Gamification in Information Systems with the intention to provide a structured, summarized as well as organized overview was con-structed to close this gap of research. A literature review on Gamification in quality outlets combined with a Grounded Theory approach served as a starting point. As a result this paper provides a foundation for current and future research to advance the knowledge on Gamifica-tion. Moreover it offers a structure for Gamification research which was not available previous-ly. Findings from the literature review were mapped to the \ classification framework and analyzed. Derived from the classification framework and its out-come future research outlets were identified.
Schlagenhaufer, Christian and Amberg, Michael, "A Descriptive Literature Review and Classification Framework for Gamification in Information Systems" (2015). ECIS 2015 Completed Research Papers. Paper 161.