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University of Wisconsin team creates learning games

MADISON, Wis. The University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Educational Psychology has teamed up with the UW Systems Academic Advanced Distributed Learning Co-Lab to create new worlds in which people can learn by exploring and doing.

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Full article >>> on and research of this new consortium and will be a member of the Co-Lab partnership," Gee said.

Over the past few years, weve seen digital games really starting to come of age, and their impact is being felt across society from health care to the military to the arts, and hopefully, to education and learning, explains Squire, an assistant professor of educational technology at UW-Madis......

Full article >>> Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Also, he is the co-director of The Education Arcade consortium, a research and service project investigating the educational potential of digital gaming.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Dedee Wojtal 06/25/04


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