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Game Studies - Making the Water Move: Techno-Historic Limits in the Game Aesthetics of Myst and Doom

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Amazon.com: Multimedia Learning eBook: Richard E. Mayer: Kindle Store

Multimedia Learning - Kindle edition by Richard E. Mayer. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Multimedia Learning.
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10+ Game-Based Learning Resources: From Practical Applications To Academic Theory

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“ 10+ Game-Based Learning Resources: From Practical Applications To Academic Theory”


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Amazon.com: Multimedia Learning eBook: Richard E. Mayer: Kindle Store

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John Bura: Construct 2 vs GameMaker vs GameSalad vs Stencyl

John Bura: Construct 2 vs GameMaker vs GameSalad vs Stencyl | Game Design | Scoop.it
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Here is a good pros and cons analysis of four major game engines... Stencyl vs Game Salad vs Game Maker vs Construct2 by John Bura. Although I am not a commercial game developer and I have only recently started working with Stencyl and Construct2 and I find John Bura's article very reassuring of choice :)

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How to Apply Gamification in Education

How to Apply Gamification in Education | Game Design | Scoop.it
  Gamification, and the gamification of education in particular, is a huge and complex area. We have written about gamification in the past (in the form of educational apps that gamify subject...
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wideo - Make animated online videos free.

wideo - Make animated online videos free. | Game Design | Scoop.it
An animated online video creation platform that allows you to create, edit, and share online videos for free
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Amazon.com: Situated Language and Learning: A Critique of Traditional Schooling (Literacies) eBook: James Paul Gee: Kindle Store

Situated Language and Learning: A Critique of Traditional Schooling (Literacies) - Kindle edition by James Paul Gee. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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10+ Game-Based Learning Resources: From Practical Applications To Academic Theory

10+ Game-Based Learning Resources: From Practical Applications To Academic Theory | Game Design | Scoop.it

“ 10+ Game-Based Learning Resources: From Practical Applications To Academic Theory”


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Game Design Program for Education & Training - GameSalad

Game Design Program for Education & Training - GameSalad | Game Design | Scoop.it
GameSalad is the world’s fastest game design engine. Our game design program offers education, training, books, certification and licensing for teachers.
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GameSalad promises to do better what Scirra's Stencyl and Construct2 have done to game development. It has a great education options... license, curriculum, certification and books. I have just began to use Stencyl... and I love it... but it seems GameSalad have many tempting features.

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Design Your Class Like a Video Game

Design Your Class Like a Video Game | Game Design | Scoop.it
  via TeachThought How Video Games Have Mastered Learning Engagement Agreeing on how to best establish what a learner understands isn’t simple — if for no other reason than understanding isn’t...
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