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2019

Walton, Geoff; Childs, Mark and Jugo, Gordana (2019). The creation of digital artefacts as a mechanism to engage students in studying literature. British Journal of Educational Technology, 50(3) pp. 1060–1086.

2013

Childs, Mark and Peachey, Anna eds. (2013). Understanding Learning in Virtual Worlds. Human Computer Interaction. London: Springer.

Childs, Mark and Peachey, Anna (2013). Love it or hate it: students’ responses to the experience of virtual worlds. In: Childs, Mark and Withnail, Greg eds. Experiential Learning in Virtual Worlds. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, pp. 27–46.

Aronowsky, Audrey; Sanzenbacher, Beth; Childs, Mark; Peachey, Anna; Villanosa, Krystal; Thompson, Johanna and Angielczyk, Kenneth D. (2013). Promoting embodied learning through virtual and real world gaming experiences. In: Proceedings GLS 9.0 Games + Learning + Society Conference, Madison, Wisconsin, June 12 - 14, 2013 (Williams, Caroline C.; Ochsner, Amanda; Dietmeier, Jeremy and Steinkuehler, Constance eds.), ETC Press, pp. 68–74.

Childs, Mark (2013). The future of virtual worlds. In: Childs, Mark and Withnail, Greg eds. Experiential Learning in Virtual Worlds. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press. file

2011

Childs, Mark and Peachey, Anna (2011). Love it or hate it: students' responses to the experience of virtual worlds. In: Experiential Learning in Virtual Worlds: Opening an Undiscovered Country.

Peachey, Anna and Childs, Mark eds. (2011). Reinventing Ourselves: Contemporary Concepts of Identity in Virtual Worlds. Springer Series in Immersive Environments. London: Springer.

Peachey, Anna and Childs, Mark (2011). Virtual worlds and identity. In: Peachey, Anna and Childs, Mark eds. Reinventing Ourselves: Contemporary Concepts of Identity in Virtual Worlds. Springer Series in Immersive Environments. London: Springer, pp. 1–12.

2010

Childs, Mark (2010). Learners’ Experience of Presence in Virtual Worlds. PhD thesis. University of Warwick. file

Childs, Mark and Peachey, Anna (2010). Fur and loathing in Second Life: students' concerns and resistance to learning in virtual worlds. In: 5th Plymouth e-Learning Conference: Learning without Limits: Facing the Challenges: Conference Proceedings and Book of Abstracts (Wheeler, Steve ed.), p. 20.

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