Digital Games and Language Learning: Theory, Development and Implementation Edited by Mark Peterson, Kasumi Yamazaki, and Michael Thomas

Authors

  • Arthur Wendorf Northeastern State University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/cj.20437

Keywords:

Digital Games, Language Learning, Theory, Development and Implementation, Theory, Development and Implementation, Development, Implementation, Language, Learning, Games, Digital

Abstract

Digital Games and Language Learning: Theory, Development and Implementation Edited by Mark Peterson, Kasumi Yamazaki, and Michael Thomas London/New York: Bloomsbury Academic UK £ 85.50 ISBN 9781350133006 (Hardback) 300 pages 2021

Author Biography

Arthur Wendorf, Northeastern State University

Arthur Wendorf is an Associate Professor of Spanish and the Spanish Education Program Coordinator at Northeastern State University. His research focuses on the use of educational technologies, particularly educational games, in the language classroom, and the use of corpora to inform the creation of these technologies.

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Published

2022-06-30

How to Cite

Wendorf, A. (2022). Digital Games and Language Learning: Theory, Development and Implementation Edited by Mark Peterson, Kasumi Yamazaki, and Michael Thomas. CALICO Journal, 39(2), 244–247. https://doi.org/10.1558/cj.20437

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Book Reviews