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How to Apply Computer Games to Learning

These are a growing series of articles on how to apply accessible computer games in a learning environment.

A penA Practical Introduction



This article discusses the use of computer games in learning, rehabilitation and maintenance. It also discusses accessibility issues and how to select and use an appropriate game for the client, student or elderly person.

A penApplying Accessible Computer Games to Brain Training



This article discuses the two roles that computer games play in brain training. It reviews the availability of accessible brain training games and how to use them.

A penApplying Accessible Computer Games to Cognitively Impaired Children



Forthcoming.

A penLearning through Accessible Games for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired



Forthcoming.

A penUsing Accessible Games for Persons who are Motion Impaired



Forthcoming.

A penLearning through Accessible Games for the Blind and Visually Impaired



Forthcoming.

A penUsing Accessible Games with Persons who are Color Blind



Forthcoming.

A penUsing Accessible Games in a Home-Based Educational Environment



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All of these articles were written by Eleanor Robinson, Chief Operating Officer, 7-128 Software.

Mrs. Robinson is a former college instructor, state Bureau Chief for health care facilities, and health care consultant for elder care facilities. She currently designs and codes accessible computer games.