Futurelab: Games and learning

Abstract : There's an increasing interest in the potential role of computer and video games to support young people's learning. Although most research has focused on out-of-school contexts, recent studies have begun to ask how games might be used or adapted for use in schools. This new handbook reports on some of the latest developments in the design of bespoke educational games, and asks whether and how schooling should be adapted to accommodate the use of games. (http://futurelab.org.uk/research/handbooks/03_01.htm)
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Richard Sandford, Ben Williamson. Futurelab: Games and learning. 2006. ⟨hal-00190333⟩

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