Digital Game-Based Learning

  title={Digital Game-Based Learning},
  author={William Sadera and Qing Li and L. Song and Leping Liu},
  journal={Computers in the Schools},
  pages={1 - 1}
  • William Sadera, Qing Li, +1 author Leping Liu
  • Published 2014
  • Computer Science
  • Computers in the Schools
  • This special issue of Computers in the Schools focuses on digital game-based learning. Gaming has grown in popularity and become a defining characteristic of young learners. Digital games, initially designed for the mass market with few educational connections, have gained increasing interests from educators and researchers. The articles featured in this issue will add to the body of knowledge that argues that digital games, when used effectively in instruction, can improve student learning… CONTINUE READING
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