9/20/13- Colloquium on Gaming
Humanities Institute presents 2013 Colloquium Series
“Gaming the Curriculum”
Friday September 20, 2013
This colloquium will address the roles that ARGs, computer games and other forms of play might serve - for better or worse - in developing undergraduate and graduate curriculum and how the turn to play is influencing curriculum design, student engagement and evaluation, etc.
Featuring some visitors from Colonial Williamsburg RevQuest: Mark Fluehr & Bill Weldon
Some ODU faculty members: Keving Moberly, Richard Landers, and Amy Adcock
For more information please contact Stacey Parks (email@example.com). Please see the attached flyer more information.
Posted By: Stacey Parks
Date: Tue Sep 03 12:16:28 EDT 2013