Monday, April 03, 2006

There is a really great overview article in the March/April issue of Educause. See Richard Van Eck's "Digital Game-Based Learning: It's Not Just the Digital Natives Who are Restless".

Other journals that you might want to monitor include:

Game Studies
and
Games & Culture

2 comments:

Matt said...

Take a look at two recent articles ...
"New course teaches instructional gaming: Teachers explore the benefits of computer gaming as a classroom tool"
in eSchool News, and then also in Converge Online,
"Advanced Learning Communities: Is gaming the future of education?"
By Joel Foreman.

I realize that these aren't an exact fit to bibliographic instruction types of game discussions, but it may be of some help.

drewhinton said...

Hi!
Great article on ASIST journal, btw.

I blogged you here http://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Apr-06/branston.html

And I'm working on a followup article to a presentation I did at the IA Summit (http://www.inkblurt.com/ia-summit-2006/) if you're curious. I'll probably reference your Bulletin article.

Cheers!