Monthly Archives: March 2012

Narrative Critique and Sequence

By Scott Daniel Boras, Ph.D. Narrative approaches to pop culture criticism compel us to consider the ways in which central messages in stories, TV and film, music, and mass mediated messages are a reflection of our lived experiences. Ultimately, narratives … Continue reading

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Pi(e) Day

Today is National Pi Day. However, the kids in my life reminded me today that this year’s National Pi Day is also Free Pie Day at Village Inn. So there you have it. What we do ¬†with it I’m not … Continue reading

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What Does Game-based Learning Offer Higher Education?

By¬†Justin Marquis Ph.D. As someone interested in learning and video games, one of the most inspirational things I have seen, read, or heard lately, is the TED talk by game designer Jane McGonigal, “Gaming can make a better world.” You … Continue reading

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