Institutes, Researchers, & Designers
- Games – Learning – Society at University of Wisconsin
- European Conference on Game Based Learning (ECGBL) – Links to past conferences with abstracts of publications, videos of major talks, and the schedule of future conferences
- Terra Nova: A Blog about Virtual Worlds (including game-based worlds like MMOGs) – Hosted by Edward Castronova and other researchers at Indiana U.
- Institute of Play – Hosted by Katie Salen and other researchers at Parsons New School of Design.
- Quest to Learn – An experimental middle school in NYC implementing a games-integrated curriculum
- Ranj Serious Games – A game design studio in the Netherlands (click on English in the lower left of the splash page)
- AvantGame – Game designer Jane McGonigal’s blog and collection of cutting-edge game designs.
- Game Studies – The International Journal of Computer Game Research
- Journal of Virtual Worlds Research
- E-Learning and Digital Media
- Language Learning & Technology
- CALICO Journal
- Bubblebox has dozens of free to play, casual browser-based games (English only)
- InnoGames offers three browser-based games (and more to come), in 64 different languages
- MMOGame offers a variety of browser-based MMOGs in 21 languages (use the pull-down menu in the upper right)
- Games for Change offers a variety of free, browser-based games, designed with “a desire to inspire direct action and real-world impact through engaging gameplay”
Casual Games to Download (for a fee)
- Big Fish Games offers casual, downloadable games (PC and Mac), in English, Spanish, French, German, and Japanese–with a free one-hour or online trial
- Igralkin offers casual, downloadable games in English, Spanish, French, German, Polish, Italian, and Russian (PC only)
Commercial Review & Games Industry Sites
- Jay is Games – “Flash and Casual game reviews, walkthroughs, room escape games, point and click games, puzzle games and more!”
- gamer DNA – “Discover what’s really happening in the games people are playing and discussing”
- Gamasutra – “The Art & Business of Making Games”
- Inside Social Games
COFLT Spring 2015 Conference
- How To Use Digital Games To Engage Your Students In Learning Language
-Presentation notes: Linda Forrest , Research Director, CASLS, University of Oregon, COFLT, 3 March 2015
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