Wednesday, October 04, 2006

In his Silversprite blog, John Kirriemuir points to two new reports dealing with video games and teaching/learning.

Unlimited learning: Computer and video games in the learning landscape
and
Teaching with games

One might suspect bias with these reports, given the involvement of the commercial gaming companies, but I think it's great to see them forming research partnerships with the governmental & educational agencies.

3 comments:

DBQ Hams said...

Christy,

I recently found your blog and as a Librarian I'm excited by it's purpose. I would be very interested to talk more with you and the other contributors. Also if you are looking for new people to join, I'd be interested.

Please check out my blog on gaming and learning (researchquest.blogspot.com) and I look forward to hearing from you.

DBQ Hams said...

Christy,

Thanks for linking to my site... I'll return the favor as well. But the link to http://researchquest.blogspot.com doesn't work. It looks like it is directed to the wrong url (some combo of yours and mine).

THanks and please feel free to drop me a line at researchquest@gmail.com

Paul

Christy said...

Thanks for letting me know about the link problem. I've corrected it now.