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virtual reality, augmented reality
An interview with Dr. Cristina Portalés and Dr. Marcos Fernández regarding the booming popularity and future of virtual and augmented reality
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Are Majority of Voters Emotionally Driven During Election Season?
“Virtual Environments, Online Racial Discrimination, and Adjustment among a Diverse, School-Based Sample of Adolescents” offered for free access
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Handbook of Research on Seismic Assessment and Rehabilitation of Historic Structures
New Book Reviews
Game Theory Framework Applied to Wireless Communication Networks
Interdisciplinary Models and Tools for Serious Games: Emerging Concepts and Future Directions
Living The Game
The Truth About Video Games
Nerds Are Crushing The Competition
IPremier Research Journals Now Indexed In Scopus
American Reference Books Annual (ARBA)
International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations (IJGCMS)
Learning From Violence- Analyzing Outcomes Of “Training” Video Games
New Pedagogical Approaches in Game Enhanced Learning: Curriculum Integration
Games for Health
Dr. Debbie Denise Reese, Senior Educational Researcher at the Wheeling Jesuit University Center for Educationa lTechnologies ® and NASA-sponsored Classroom of the Future™ (COTF) in Wheeling, WV, applies cognitive science theory to the design of learning environments and technology tools.
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Video game playing is a popular activity and its enjoyment among players has been associated with absorption and immersion experiences.
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InfoSci®-Multimedia Technologies is a fully-searchable, customizable database that provides access to all chapters included in IGI Global books that have been published on the core information science discipline, multimedia technologies.
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IGI Global is excited to announce its upcoming symposium for May 2011. Dr. Karen Schrier, a recent graduate of Columbia University, will be presenting a symposium entitled "Can Games Support Ethical Thinking?" on May 24th 2011.
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