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Ludic keywords: video games, roleplaying games, simulations.
Language keywords: conversation analysis, human-computer interaction, discourse analysis.
Pedagogy keywords: digital literacies, multiliteracies, new literacies studies, game-based learning.
Aaron Hung is Associate Professor in the educational technology program at the Ruth A. Ammon School of Education at Adelphi University. His research interests include youth culture, technology-mediated communication, human-computer interaction, design thinking, gamification, and instructional design. He has been published in journals such as E-Learning and Digital Media, NYSTESOL, the International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, and most recently, in the Journal of Youth Studies. His book, The Work of Play: Meaning-Making in Videogames was published by Peter Lang.
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