Category Archives: games

Technology & education

Office from Wikimedia Commons

Tweet I’ve been spending the past few weeks almost completely focused on writing new curriculum for graduate subjects on technology in education and much as I’d love to share the fruits of that enterprise, I’m afraid it’s commissioned work, so … Continue reading

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The Myth of Personal Agency

Man meets Robot: From http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Enon_robot.jpg

Tweet I’ve been fairly quiet on this blog for the past few weeks as I resolve a few issues, but I’ve been fortunate enough to be able to continue to engage with fascinating conversations as well as some productive work … Continue reading

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Liveblogging from Science Museum Event on Games

Tweet I’m here at the Science Museum’s Dana Centre for an event entitled ‘What are games really teaching us?‘.  I’m liveblogging this event so keep refreshing the page for updates.  And follow #danacentre for tweets from the event. It’s been … Continue reading

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