Kirsten Ellis

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The aim of this research project was to consider the implications of teaching a physical skill using a computer. The case study that was used was the development of a resource for teaching Australian Sign Language (Auslan) to hearing people that could be customised to cater for user's individual learning preferences. Learning Auslan as visual spatial(More)
Our paper is research in progress that is research investigating the use of games technology to enhance the learning of a physical skill. The Microsoft Kinect is a system designed for gaming with the capability to track the movement of users. Our research explored whether such a system could be used to provide feedback when teaching sign vocabulary. Whilst(More)
The majority of gender studies of computer games examines game subsets, such as the first twenty minutes of gameplay, and extends their conclusions to the whole game and the game industry in general. The hypothesis of the subset effectively representing the entire game requires testing. This study addresses this problem by comparing the results of two(More)
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