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Document Number: 5675

Video Game Studies and the Emerging Instructional Revolution - This article explores a new development in learning and technology – the emergence of “Video Game Studies” as an academic field in higher education. The author argues that this field gained considerable momentum as more scholars explore the possibilities of gaming as a legitimate vehicle of pedagogy and curricular reform. (Joel Foreman, Nova Southeastern University. This article was orginally published in Innovate as: Foreman, J. 2004. Video game studies and the emerging instructional revoluation. Innovate 1 (1). The article is reprinted here with permission of the publisher.)...


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