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Interview with Dr. Joe Bisz about Game-based Learning

Our very own Joe Bisz of the CUNY Games Network (pictured above) was also interviewed by Daily Edventures about his thoughts on game-based learning, the game-based learning management system he designed called College Quest, and the need for colleges to commit to more faculty development.  Follow the link for the full article: http://dailyedventures.com/index.php/2013/02/09/joe/

 

 

 

 

Game Day

Join the CUNY Games Network on Wednesday May 16th for a full day (10am to 4pm) of game presentations and casual board and card game play. At 10:30am there will be a special preview of College Quest, a new game-based learning management system and academic social network (designed for BMCC). Lunch will be provided.

Location:

*CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College

*CETLS S501B (5th Floor. Enter the library and walk to your left. The room will be on your right.)

Directions to BMCC:
CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College
199 Chambers Street (between Greenwich St and West St)
*You’ll need a picture ID to enter the building.

Educational/Real-World Impact Games Festival (NYC Columbia)

Educational/Real-World Impact Games Festival: Featuring Scholar’s Quest and over a dozen educational game projects
Theme: Can YOU make a difference with games?

Date: Wednesday, April 25
Location: 525 W 120 St., 1st Floor, Everett Lounge
Time: 4-8 pm
Stop by to play educational and real-world impact games designed by Columbia students and faculty
Opportunities to interact and get involved with game-based research projects
Enjoy free food and win prizes like a Kindle!
Please join us for the Teachers College Games Festival! Explore a variety of game designs and research projects about language learning, physical chemistry, nutrition, math, climate change, ethics and more.  Games include digital, non-digital, mobile and real-world action games.   Special guests include Bernard Yee, Bungie Game Developer and Adjunct Professor of Game Production and Design.

Sponsored by the Games Research Lab / Communication, Computing and Technology in Education Program and Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology.

Please contact Joey J. Lee (jl3471@tc.columbia.edu) if you have any questions.