Project iCue, a collaboration between the Education Arcade and NBC News, was featured in the Dave’s Download blog on the US News & World Report website.
MIT’s Comparative Media Studies program co-hosted Futures of Entertainment with the Convergence Culture Consortium, one of the program’s research groups.
In Medias Res gets a new look thanks to CMS graduate student Geoffrey Long ’07, and the breaking news is that CMS will spearhead the new Singapore-MIT gaming lab
David Ewalt of Forbes covered Jenkins’ keynote at this October’s Serious Games Summit.
A futuristic race across the country sets the stage for Gung-ho!: A Google Maps Adventure, an Education Arcade game designed to teach students about U.S. Geography.
The Baltimore Business Journal mentions The Education Arcade, about “Learning Games To Go” being completed with Maryland Public Television.
Maryland Public Television has announced that CMS’s Education Arcade is among the key partners in their new initiative, “Learning Games To Go”.