Annotated Bibilography Resource

After my freedom for finally catching up on my RSS feeds, I'm back into the mix. But only 200 unread items is easier to dig through than 1200. Today over at the Law Librarian
there was a post about an annotated bibliography on Virtual Worlds and Education by Sharon Stoerger.

While the content is good, the focus is not as tight as I expected. It provides much more of an overview of learning in games (including simulations, MMOPGs, and stand alone video games). Given the growing field of research on this topic it could have been focused strictly on virtual worlds. But as it is it's an excellent resource.

The annotations are a great refresher for those of us in the field and a good overview for those interested in virtual worlds, games, and education. And really, as librarians who can pass up an annotated bibliography?