Do game-based study tools enhance the learning of complex theoretical subject matter

Cheryl Anne Errol Howard, Michael Morgan, Kirsten Alexandra Ellis

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of The Twelfth Australasian World Wide Web Conference
    EditorsA Ellis, A Treloar
    Place of PublicationLismore NSW Australia
    PublisherSouthern Cross University
    Pages15 - 22
    Number of pages8
    ISBN (Print)0975164473
    Publication statusPublished - 2006
    EventAustralasian World Wide Web Conference - Noosa Qld Australia, Lismore NSW Australia
    Duration: 1 Jan 2006 → …

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    ConferenceAustralasian World Wide Web Conference
    CityLismore NSW Australia
    Period1/01/06 → …

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    Howard, C. A. E., Morgan, M., & Ellis, K. A. (2006). Do game-based study tools enhance the learning of complex theoretical subject matter. In A. Ellis, & A. Treloar (Eds.), Proceedings of The Twelfth Australasian World Wide Web Conference (pp. 15 - 22). Lismore NSW Australia: Southern Cross University.
    Howard, Cheryl Anne Errol ; Morgan, Michael ; Ellis, Kirsten Alexandra. / Do game-based study tools enhance the learning of complex theoretical subject matter. Proceedings of The Twelfth Australasian World Wide Web Conference. editor / A Ellis ; A Treloar. Lismore NSW Australia : Southern Cross University, 2006. pp. 15 - 22
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    Howard, CAE, Morgan, M & Ellis, KA 2006, Do game-based study tools enhance the learning of complex theoretical subject matter. in A Ellis & A Treloar (eds), Proceedings of The Twelfth Australasian World Wide Web Conference. Southern Cross University, Lismore NSW Australia, pp. 15 - 22, Australasian World Wide Web Conference, Lismore NSW Australia, 1/01/06.

    Do game-based study tools enhance the learning of complex theoretical subject matter. / Howard, Cheryl Anne Errol; Morgan, Michael; Ellis, Kirsten Alexandra.

    Proceedings of The Twelfth Australasian World Wide Web Conference. ed. / A Ellis; A Treloar. Lismore NSW Australia : Southern Cross University, 2006. p. 15 - 22.

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    Howard CAE, Morgan M, Ellis KA. Do game-based study tools enhance the learning of complex theoretical subject matter. In Ellis A, Treloar A, editors, Proceedings of The Twelfth Australasian World Wide Web Conference. Lismore NSW Australia: Southern Cross University. 2006. p. 15 - 22