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Best Practices for Integrating Game-Based Learning into Online Teaching MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

This article presents ten guidelines for the effective use of video games in online teaching environments for post-secondary... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Rudy McDaniel
Date Added: Jul 07, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 07, 2014
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How a Mobile Social Media Game Can Enhance the Educational Experience MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Abstract: The rise of experiential learning has challenged traditional delivery models and led to an increase in the... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Eliana Crosina, Salvatore Parise
Date Added: Jun 10, 2013 Date Modified: Jun 09, 2014
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Non-Native English Speakers' Multiliteracy Learning in Beyond-Game Culture: A Sociocultural Study MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

The popularity of video games carries implications in game players' first (L1) and second language (L2) literacy. Based on... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Dongwan Ryu
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 16, 2014
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Using a Video Game as an Advance Organizer: Effects on Development of Procedural and Conceptual Knowledge, Cognitive Load, and Casual Adoption  MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

This paper reports on a study aimed at investigating whether a video game can act as an advance organizer for teaching a... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Jennifer J. Vogel-Walcutt, Katherine Del Giudice, Logan Fiorella, Denise Nicholson
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Jul 16, 2014
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Teaching America’s First Course on Mobile Phone Learning

This is an article from the EDUCAUSE Quarterly, Volume 33, Number 3, 2010.  The authors report on their experiences in... see more
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Author: Nabeel Ahmad, Dominic Mentor
Date Added: Oct 04, 2010 Date Modified: Jun 13, 2011
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