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HCLE Autumn 2016 Newsletter
About the Project
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On learning and games...
Classification of learning outcomes: evidence from the computer games literature
by Harold F. O’Neil, Richard Wainess and Eva L. Baker
(University of Southern California/National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards,and Student Testing (CRESST), USA; UCLA/National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST), USA)
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Games of the '80s from Melanie Swalwell
Learning Times Tables in Scotland...
Using Game-based Learning:
How it Influences the Learning Experience and Outcomes of Primary School Children
Aishah Abdul Razak, Thomas M Connolly
Videogames and Learning
Empirical findings on the impact of games come from a broad range of academic disciplines, including neuroscience, social studies education, liteacy studies, health, and psychology...
by Constance Steinkuehler & Kurt Squire
To appear in: Keith Sawyer (Ed.),Cambridge Handbook of the Learning Sciences, Second Edition. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. Videogames and Learning
On Oregon Trail...
Game Research Lab Analysis
Can Educational Games Ever Be Truly Fun To Play?
University Research Labs
, Stanford University
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