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  1. says:

    It seems that as long as the state pays a large number of Something University Press are ready to publish anything This is not research This is superstition When four decades ago a University Professor was able to do this and that and today fifteen University Professors are not able to do all the same spending and than some the gang of paper pushers assembled by Tierney calls that belt tightening It would be interesting to notice how the University Professors of four decades ago were thinking the same thoughts when compared with yet another four decades before But that sort of scholarship is beyond Tierney's gang's meansAnyway the usual empty words and blind nationalism in which a person called The Country falls behind in line at the soup cantine of gods


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    I am a gamification and games learning enthusiast and was very excited about the idea of an entire text on the topic The most meaningful and useful part of this text is Part III where they actually talk about games being used for higher learning and games based thinking's potential applications in the field However we must first dig through a 100 page outline of academe's issues with technology and adaptation This has been covered in myriad other texts and done better than in this case The last section is mixed Wieland's essay provides interesting counterpoint but had enough typos and over use of uotation marks to be distracting to his point Overall I did take some notes here and there were some interesting points made from some scholars I hadn't heard from but this could have been better edited for conciseness and updated in content


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    This book is a disappointment because it is narrow It is important to recognize the subtitle The role of games and social media in higher education Therefore instead of play being explored with digital and analogue diversity the focus is on relatively conventional discussions about gaming and social media Although published in 2014 it is dated to an early moment of digitization getting down with the kids and their distinctive technology use There are moments where the under preparedness of university students is addressed But the role and indeed the definition of 'play' in learning would have been useful


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Postsecondary Play

Part of the barrier to college access is navigating the elaborate application process with its multiple essays test scores and deadlines For students without substantial school and family support this is enough to make entering college impossible Higher education scholar William G Tierney and his team at the University of Southern California approach this challenge innovatively Using the tools of online games and social media they have developed ways to make applying for college much less intimidatingWhile the vast majority of college students use social media and gaming in their everyday lives colleges Engendering Song use social media and gaming in their everyday lives colleges

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And universities have been slow to recognize and harness the power of either Postsecondary Play explores the significance of games and social media in higher education and particularly how they can be used to attract retain educate and socialize studentsTierney a past president of American Educational Research Association has gathered some of the best research on the emerging role of multiplayer games in the classroom and how these tools can boost student confidence and increase college access Scholars writing from a wide variety of disciplines college access social media game studies and learning scie