Items where SHU Author is "Habgood, Jacob"

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HABGOOD, MP Jacob and AINSWORTH, Shaaron E (2011). Motivating children to learn effectively: exploring the value of intrinsic integration in educational games. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 20 (2), 169-206.

HABGOOD, MP Jacob (2010). Crossing the road: bringing legitimate peripheral participation to game development degrees (Guest editorial). International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations, 2 (3), i-vii.

HABGOOD, MP Jacob, AINSWORTH, Shaaron and BENFORD, Steve (2005). Endogenous fantasy and learning in digital games. Simulation and Gaming, 36 (4), 483-498.

Book Section

HABGOOD, M. P. Jacob (2011). Maintaining an ethical balance in the curriculum design of games-based degrees. In: BISSETT, Andrew, WARD BYNUM, Terrell, LIGHT, Ann, LAUENER, Angela and ROGERSON, Simon, (eds.) Ethicomp 2011 : the social impact of social computing : Proceedings of the twelfth international conference. Sheffield Hallam University Press, 202-209.

Conference or Workshop Item

AINSWORTH, Shaaron and HABGOOD, Jacob (2009). Exploring the effectiveness of intrinsic integration in serious games. In: EARLI 2009 : Fostering communities of learners : 13th Biennial Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction, The University of Amsterdam (UvA) and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU), Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 25-29 August 2009. (Unpublished)

HABGOOD, M P Jacob, AINSWORTH, Shaaron and BENFORD, Steve (2005). Intrinsic fantasy: motivation and affect in educational games made by children. In: 2005 AIED workshop on motivation and affect in educational software, Amsterdam.

Authored Book

HABGOOD, MP Jacob, NIELSEN, Nana and RIJKS, Martin (2010). The game maker's companion. New York, APress.

HABGOOD, Jacob and OVERMARS, Mark (2006). The game maker's apprentice: game development for beginners. Berkeley, California, APress.

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