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Works Cited Brown, Harry J. Videogames and Education . Armonk, N.Y: M.E. Sharpe, 2008. Print. - Videogames and education are not necessarily antithetical. In this mind-expanding work, Harry J. Brown shows how videogames have become a powerful form of political, ethical, and religious discourse that influences the way we teach, learn, and create. He traces the major trends in game design, the public controversies surrounding videogames, and the major positions in game criticism. The book speaks to thoughtful educators, parents, and players who seek a fuller understanding of this cultural phenomenon. Trilling, Bernie, and Paul Hood. "Learning, Technology, and Education Reform in the Knowledge Age or "we're Wired, Webbed, and Windowed, Now What?&quot."
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Unformatted text preview: Educational Technology . 39.3 (1999): 5-18. Print.- Focuses on questions about the Knowledge Age; surveys needed skills, theoretical supports, and main features of this new learning landscape. Examines three current models of reform and discusses a fourth alternative that arises out of new demands of the Knowledge Age. Discusses critical work to be done in bringing educational technology to the service of an emerging alternative-education model. Van, Dusen G. C. The Virtual Campus: Technology and Reform in Higher Education . Washington, DC: Graduate School of Education and Human Development, George Washington University, 1997. Print....
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  • Fall '07
  • Hampel
  • English, Education reform, J. Brown, Harry J. Videogames, Knowledge Age

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