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The following papers, posters, presentations and other materials are available to download for personal use for interest or research purposes.

The Great History Conundrum: Reflections & Results
Moseley, A. (2011), “The Great History Conundrum: Reflections and results from three years of a games-based approach to research skills training”. HEA History Subject Centre 13th Annual Teaching & Learning Conference, Oxford, 4-5th April 2011.

Observing Emerging Student Networks on a Microblogging Service
Badge, J.; Johnson, S., Moseley, A. & Cann, A. (2011), “Observing Emerging Student Networks on a Microblogging Service”. JOLT, vol 7, no 1, March 2011. Avaliable: http://jolt.merlot.org/vol7no1/cann_0311.htm

Prezi iconUsing Games-Based Activities to Quickly Set Authentic Contexts
A paper presented at the 4th European Conference on Games Based Learning, Copenhagen, 20-21 October 2010.

  • Paper [Word .doc]
  • Presentation [Flash-based Prezi, opens in browser]
    Citation: Moseley, A. (2010), “Roll, Move Two Steps Back, and Admire the View: Using Games-Based Activities to Quickly Set Authentic Contexts”. 4th European Conference on Games Based Learning, Copenhagen, Denmark, 20-21 October 2010.

Motivation in ARGs: Implications for Educationmotivation
A paper presented at the 3rd European Conference on Games Based Learning, Graz, 12-13 October 2009.

  • Presentation [Flash-based Prezi, opens in browser]
    Citation:Moseley, A.; Culver, J.; Piatt, K.; Whitton, N. (2009), “Motivation in Alternate Reality Gaming Environments and Implications for Learning”. 3rd European Conference on Games Based Learning, FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences, Graz, Austria, 12-13 October 2009.

vf75Reality Bytes
An article on ARGs in Academia published in Viewfinder magazine, no 75 (June 2009).

  • Download Article [PDF]
    Citation:Moseley, A. (2009), Reality Bytes. In: Viewfinder, Issue 75 (June 2009), pp.12-13, Journal of the British Universities Film & Video Council.

oxfordslides-thumbThe Great History Conundrum: Solving the Problem with Research Skills
A paper presented at the 11th Annual Conference for Learning and Teaching in History, Oxford, 1-3 April 2009.

An Alternative Reality for Higher Education? Lessons to be learned from online reality games
A paper presented at ALT-C 2008, Leeds.

  • Download Paper [PDF]
    Citation:Moseley, A. (2008), An Alternative Reality for Higher Education? Lessons to be learned from online reality games. In: ALT-C 2008, Leeds, UK, 9-11th September 2008 (Unpublished).

The Great History Conundrum: An alternative reality for research skills teaching
Poster presented at ALT-C 2008, Leeds.

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