Videos of this year’s Education Arcade conference held in May in L.A. are now available online (please use the torrents). Presentations cover the intersection of the interactive entertainment industry with both formal and informal education – including case studies looking at educational uses of games such as Civilization, Neverwinter Nights, the Sims 2, and I love Bee’s.
[Note: Several MIT departments helped organize this conference and lots of MITers presented at it. –Ed.]
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