Women and Gaming: A Review

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Gail at The Female Perspective of Computer Science has shared her interest in computers, education, and educational games with us before. She reviewed a book on those topics called "Women and Gaming: The Sims and 21st Century Learning," saying,

While it seems to me that many more women are playing traditionally "male" video games these days, there is also a group of women who go beyond the game in ways that, according to James Paul Gee and Elizabeth Hayes, are important to 21st century learning. An in depth look at this phenomenon and what we can learn from it is described in Women and Gaming: The Sims and 21st Century Learning.

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