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Thursday, October 5 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Games and Learning Research

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Games and Learning Research
Provocation: How do we study learning transfer and problem solving practices through games?
Discussant: Andrew Phelps
Abstracts: Are available here and are attached as a resource file below. 

Failing Up: The Role of Difficulty and Failure in an Educational Video Game
Craig Anderson, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Smarter and Faster: Integrating Intelligent Tutoring Systems Into Video Games
Elizabeth Whitaker, Georgia Tech Research Institute

From Dragon Slayer to Problem Solver: Video Games as a Warm-Up for Problem Solving
Beth Veinott, Michigan Technological University

Games as Complex Spaces: Operationalizing Steinkuehler's Six Modes of Participation in MMOs
Jeff Kuhn, Ohio University

Where the Wild Things Are: Call of Duty, Boys
Jason Engerman, East Stroudsburg University

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Craig G. Anderson

University of California - Irvine

Jason Engerman

Assistant Professor, East Stroudsburg University

Jeff Kuhn

Ohio University

Beth Veinott

Associate Professor, Michigan Technological University

Thursday October 5, 2017 11:00am - 12:30pm PDT
Emerald Bay C