Joachim Vlieghe
Joachim Vlieghe
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Everybody reads: Reader engagement with literature in social media environments
J Vlieghe, J Muls, K Rutten
Poetics 54, 25-37, 2016
472016
Social media in literacy education: Exploring social reading with pre-service teachers
J Vlieghe, G Vandermeersche, R Soetaert
new media & society 18 (5), 800-816, 2016
322016
Evidence-based mapping between the theory of multiple intelligences and game mechanics for the purpose of player-centered serious game design
P Sajjadi, J Vlieghe, O De Troyer
2016 8th International Conference on Games and Virtual Worlds for Serious …, 2016
212016
Mapping between pedagogical design strategies and serious game narratives
F Van Broeckhoven, J Vlieghe, O De Troyer
2015 7th International Conference on Games and Virtual Worlds for Serious …, 2015
182015
Exploring the Relation between the Theory of Multiple Intelligences and Games For the Purpose of Player‑Centred Game Design
P Sajjadi, J Vlieghe, O De Troyer
Electronic Journal of e-Learning 15 (4), pp320‑334-pp320‑334, 2017
162017
Linking serious game narratives with pedagogical theories and pedagogical design strategies
O De Troyer, F Van Broeckhoven, J Vlieghe
Journal of Computing in Higher Education 29 (3), 549-573, 2017
152017
Rhetorical analysis of literary culture in social reading platforms
J Vlieghe, K Rutten
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 15 (3), 7, 2013
152013
Facebook group dynamics: an ethnographic study of the teaching and learning potential for secondary school teachers
J Muls, K Triquet, J Vlieghe, F De Backer, C Zhu, K Lombaerts
Learning, Media and Technology 44 (2), 162-179, 2019
112019
Relation between multiple intelligences and game preferences: an evidence-based approach
P Sajjadi, J Vlieghe, O De Troyer
European Conference on Games Based Learning, 565, 2016
102016
Bibliography of publications in media and (inter) mediality studies
G Vandermeersche, J Vlieghe, S Tötösy de Zepetnek
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 13 (3), 26, 2011
102011
“Twitter, the most brilliant tough love editor you’ll ever have.” Reading and writing socially during the Twitter Fiction Festival
J Vlieghe, KL Page, K Rutten
First Monday 21 (4), http://dx.doi.org/10.5210/fm.v21i4.6334, 2016
82016
What happens off the field? Proposing a rhetorical approach of the affinity spaces surrounding games
J Vlieghe, J Bourgonjon, K Rutten, R Soetaert
Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on Games-based Learning. Ed …, 2011
82011
Using a controlled natural language for specifying the narratives of serious games
F Van Broeckhoven, J Vlieghe, O De Troyer
International conference on interactive digital storytelling, 142-153, 2015
72015
Literacy in a social media culture: an ethnographic study of literary communication pratices
J Vlieghe
Ghent University, 2014
62014
Creating story-based serious games using a controlled natural language domain specific modeling language
O De Troyer, F Van Broeckhoven, J Vlieghe
Serious Games and Edutainment Applications, 567-603, 2017
42017
Exploring the Relation Between Game Experience and Game Mechanics for Bodily-Kinesthetic Players
P Sajjadi, A Lo-A-Njoe, J Vlieghe, O De Troyer
International Conference on Games and Learning Alliance, 354-364, 2016
32016
Report on the theoretical framework and empirical toolkit for analysing literacy case-studies
J Vlieghe, K Rutten, R Soetaert
22013
How Video Games Can Change Your Life‖: Analyzing Stories of Change on Internet Fora
J Bourgonjon, G Vandermeersche, J Vlieghe, R Soetaert
Digital Games Research Association 2013 Conference, Atlanta, GA. Abstract …, 2013
12013
Cultuureducatie en sociale media: een opiniestukvan Joachim Vlieghe, Universiteit Gent
J Vlieghe
Dag van de Cultuureducatie 2012, 6-7, 2012
12012
Explicit revision instruction in higher education writing
V Van Vooren, A Mottart, J Vlieghe
13th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, 762-765, 2019
2019
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