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    • Combining games and speech recognition in a multilingual educational environment 

      Booth, Martin (North-West University, 2014)
      Playing has been part of people's lives since the beginning of time. However, play does not take place in silence (isolated from speech and sound). The games people play allow them to interact and to learn through ...
    • Games for learning in accountancy education: a systematic literature review 

      Pelser-Carstens, Veruschka; Preston, Margaretha Johanna; Blignaut, A. Seugnet (The Social Sciences Research Society, 2017)
      Background: Games for learning (educational games) are viewed as instructional strategies requiring students to engage in competitive activities with predetermined rules and conditions. Various studies propose beneficial ...