Sweet. I want one. The exertainment thing will make life much better for a new genearation of children. Video games were merely a necessary first step. :)
Geoff Hurst at N-MUSD sent me a link to this dissertation about using Civilization III in World History Classes.
Here’s another one for the games and education archive… once again from Google Alerts!
It looks like one of my peers has been very busy writing about gender and video games. This apge includes lots of great titles, links, and hints about what else is out there. BTW, this was brought to me by an MSN Search RSS feed while I slept. ;)
Thanks to David Brussin for this find…. another bit for games in education enthusiasts.
Add this to your list of gender and video games resources. It’s a good article with LOTS of comments.
I found this site while using the new MSN search tool to generate an RSS feed for gender and “video games.”