"Standing on the shoulders of giants," means we learn from those who have gone before us. Uncover research from credible sources before you begin so you may build upon greatness versus starting from scratch. EME607 addresses instructional games and simulation theoretical concepts while introducing design, production, utilization, and evaluation of educational games and simulations. That's a lot of information! Let's work smarter, not harder, and not recreate wheels but learn from those who have gone before. Find a good article? Share it with your professor to add to this Lib. Guide! The more we share, the more we know. The more we know, the more we grow!
To locate journals in the database collection use the Ejournals search engine on the front page of the library's website (utopia.ut.edu).
The following journals might be useful as starting points for scholarly research.
British Journal of Educational Technology
Educational Technology Research & Development
Games & Simulations (not available through UT's database collection)
International Journal of Instructional Media
Use the licenses (like Articulate) to develop your own games or have learners make their own games as evidence of PBL! Here are some Authorware sources to get you started.
2-D Animations: https://www.synfig.org/
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