The Drexel Learning Games Network is made up of faculty and staff at Drexel University interested in game-based learning initiatives. All faculty and staff at the university are welcome to join of the network. It was established in the School of Education in Goodwin College with the goal of supporting teaching, researching, and designing of games for learning from K- to infinity. Learn More…

Digital Games: Teaching, Learning and Assessment Seminar Series

Beginning Fall 2010, the Goodwin College’s School of Education at Drexel University will present a four-part seminar series, “Digital Games: Teaching, Learning and Assessment,” an eye-opening series to explore the impact digital games and virtual technologies have in today’s changing learning environments. Learn More…

Location: Drexel University, Bossone Building Mitchell Auditorium (across Market Street from the Park America parking lot) 3128 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
ShafferMobile Learning Games and ARG Technology

Eric Klopfer - May 17

His seminar series talk will be centered around mobile learning and games in particular Augmented Reality Gaming (ARG) and the implication for teaching, learning, and assessment especially in K-12. He will also talk about the research around ARG, levels of gameness, and ways to develop ARG technology. More | Register Now

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