James Aczel
James Aczel
formerly Lecturer in New Technology in Teaching, The Open University
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Motivation, engagement and learning through digital games
I Iacovides, J Aczel, E Scanlon, J Taylor, W Woods
International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments (IJVPLE …, 2011
Designing capacity-building in e-learning expertise: Challenges and strategies
JC Aczel, SR Peake, P Hardy
Computers & Education 50 (2), 499-510, 2008
Game-play breakdowns and breakthroughs: exploring the relationship between action, understanding, and involvement
I Iacovides, AL Cox, P McAndrew, J Aczel, E Scanlon
Human–computer interaction 30 (3-4), 202-231, 2015
The gaming involvement and informal learning framework
I Iacovides, P McAndrew, E Scanlon, J Aczel
Simulation & gaming 45 (4-5), 611-626, 2014
The evolutionary design of a Knowledge Network to support knowledge management and sharing for lifelong learning
P McAndrew, D Clow, J Taylor, J Aczel
British Journal of Educational Technology 35 (6), 739-746, 2004
Investigating the relationships between informal learning and player involvement in digital games
I Iacovides, J Aczel, E Scanlon, W Woods
Learning, Media and Technology 37 (3), 321-327, 2012
What can breakdowns and breakthroughs tell us about learning and involvement experienced during game-play
I Iacovides, JC Aczel, E Scanlon, WIS Woods
Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on Games Based Learning, 275-281, 2011
Making sense of game-play: How can we examine learning and involvement?
I Iacovides, J Aczel, E Scanlon, W Woods
Transactions of the Digital Games Research Association 1 (1), 2013
Learning algebraic strategies using a computerised balance model
J Aczel
PME CONFERENCE 2, 2-1, 1998
Using computers to learn logic: undergraduates' experiences
J Aczel, P Fung, R Bornat, M Oliver, T O'Shea, B Sufrin
Advanced Research in Computers and Communications in Education, 875-882, 1999
Learning equations using a computerised balance model: a Popperian approach to learning symbolic algebra
J Aczel
University of Oxford, 1998
An illustration of students’ engagement with mathematical software using remote observation
A Hosein, J Aczel, D Clow, JTE Richardson
Identifying innovation and success factors in higher education elearning strategies
J Aczel, P Hardy, A Meiszner, K Staniland, K Maillet, S Medina, ...
BIS-Verlag, 2007
Software that assists learning within a complex abstract domain: the use of constraint and consequentiality as learning mechanisms
J Aczel, P Fung, R Bornat, M Oliver, T O'Shea, B Sufrin
British Journal of Educational Technology 34 (5), 625-638, 2003
The teaching of linear programming in different disciplines and in different countries
A Hosein, J Aczel, D Clow
Does epistemology matter for educational practice?
J Aczel
The Evaluation of a Computer Program for Learning Logic: The Role of Students' Formal Reasoning Strategies in Visualising Proofs
J Aczel
Open University, Computers and Learning Research Group, 2000
Some issues affecting the sustainability of open learning courses
J Aczel, S Cross, A Meiszner, P Hardy, P McAndrew, D Clow
Learning from interactions with software: a Popperian analysis
J Aczel
International Journal of Learning Technology 2 (2-3), 159-184, 2006
Variation and Selection in Two Different Problem‐solving Situations
J Aczel, J Solomon
Research in Science & Technological Education 17 (2), 227-238, 1999
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