Learning Pathways: A Walkthrough
The digital age brings a seemingly endless number of options for today’s learners. But it’s also easy to get lost. Enter learning pathways.
Report from the intersection of Games, Learning, and Society
What have you done to change the world today? Believe it or not, you probably need to play more games.
Pop City Media speaks to Adam Nelson of the City of Play
Pop City Media features a profile of Adam Nelson of City of Play, discussing the history of his organization and the City of Play Festival this weekend.
MobileQuest CoLab: Teaching and Learning to Play through Game Design
The Institute of Play's MobileQuest CoLab recently visited Pittsburgh for two weeks of learning camps. Pittsburgh Youth Media reporter Lily Zhang was on the scene.
Games+Learning+Society conference Day 3 notes from Lucas Blair
Lucas Blair, game designer and founder of Little Bird Games, spends his third day at the Games+Learning+Society conference and shares his thoughts on the speakers, sessions and even a fun new product.
Notes from Day 2 at Games+Learning+Society
Little Bird Games founder, Lucas Blair, continues his report from the Games+Learning+Society conference in Madison, WI for Day 2.
PBS KIDS Launches Its First Educational Augmented Reality App
PBS KIDS recently released its first augmented reality app for iPhone and iPod touch. The app is titled, “FETCH! Lunch Rush” and is available for free download. The app is a fun and educational game for teaching kids ages six to eight math skills like addition and subtraction. Lunch Rush uses augmented reality to make the game […]