There are a number of reports that have been published over the last few years that I refer to regularly, but am always forgetting where they live (yes, I could use bookmarks but that would be too like being organised). So here they are all in one place…
Two reports from the JISC:
Two reports from the Learning and Skills Network:
- Computer games and simulations for adult learning: Case studies from practice
- The use of computer and video games for learning
Two reports from FutureLab:
Finally, Gamers in the UK, which despite being published in 2005, I only came across recently. This research has was commissioned by the BBC to look at the demographics of game players in the UK, and was undertaken with a large sample size (3442 people) but with no mention of sampling strategy so it’s unclear how generalisable the findings are. Nevertheless, some interesting results.