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.
|Publication status||Unpublished - 3 Sep 2007|
|Event||The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference - Durham University - Durham, United Kingdom|
Duration: 10 Sep 2007 → 13 Sep 2007
|Conference||The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference - Durham University|
|Period||10/09/07 → 13/09/07|
- online learning
- computer based simulations
- computer games
- legal education
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.