E-simulations in the wild: interdisciplinary research, design and implementation

Karen Barton, Paul Maharg

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Abstract

Nearly all early learning happens during play, and new technology has added video games to the list of ways children learn interaction and new concepts. Although video games are everywhere - on Web sites, in stores, streamed to the desktop, on television - they are absent from the classroom. Computer-based simulations, a form of computer games, have begun to appear, but they are not as wide-spread as email, discussion threads, and blogs.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 3 Sep 2007
EventThe Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference - Durham University - Durham, United Kingdom
Duration: 10 Sep 200713 Sep 2007

Conference

ConferenceThe Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference - Durham University
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityDurham
Period10/09/0713/09/07

Keywords

  • online learning
  • computer based simulations
  • interaction
  • e-simulations
  • computer games
  • legal education

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Barton, K., & Maharg, P. (2007). E-simulations in the wild: interdisciplinary research, design and implementation. The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference - Durham University, Durham, United Kingdom.