CIRCA:Literature Review & Precises

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*[[CIRCA:Implications of Evidence-Centered Design for Educational Testing - Mislevy, R. J. and Haertel, G. D. | Implications of Evidence-Centered Design for Educational Testing  - Mislevy, R. J. and Haertel, G. D. (reviewed by: Domini Gee) ]]
*[[CIRCA:Implications of Evidence-Centered Design for Educational Testing - Mislevy, R. J. and Haertel, G. D. | Implications of Evidence-Centered Design for Educational Testing  - Mislevy, R. J. and Haertel, G. D. (reviewed by: Domini Gee) ]]
*[[CIRCA:Games, learning, and assessment - Shute, V. J. and Ke, F.  | Games, learning, and assessment - Shute, V. J. and Ke, F.  (reviewed by: Man-Wai Chu) ]]
*[[CIRCA:Games, learning, and assessment - Shute, V. J. and Ke, F.  | Games, learning, and assessment - Shute, V. J. and Ke, F.  (reviewed by: Man-Wai Chu) ]]
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*[[Circa:Why gamers don't learn more - An ecological approach to games as learning environments|Why gamers don't learn more - An ecological approach to games as learning environments (reviewed by Simeon Blimke)
==Usability==
==Usability==

Revision as of 13:51, 15 March 2013

Contents

Assessment Literature

Educational Assessment

Usability

Game Design Books

methods

project management


Other

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Guidelines for Reviews

  • Don't review useless stuff
  • Don't make it too long.
  • First sentence should have author and title.
  • Use lists if useful.
  • Sign it.
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