Building apostrophe power: lessons learnt for serious games development

  title={Building apostrophe power: lessons learnt for serious games development},
  author={Daniel Hickmott and Shamus P. Smith and Ross Bille and Elizabeth Burd and Liz Stephens and Erica Southgate},
There is increasing interest in the application of serious games for learning. Growth in the take-up of digital devices, e.g. smartphones and tablets, and their use for gaming provides new opportunities for mobile learning (m-learning). A serious game m-learning app for improving adult learners' apostrophe usage, called Apostrophe Power, has been developed. The research team, which consisted of software engineers and educationalists, encountered a number of discipline spanning issues while… CONTINUE READING

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