Here are the titles of four recent articles on games that I found interesting, and you might also. All four articles appeared originally in the Summer 2005 issue of the Phi Kappa Phi Forum magazine, Vol. 85, No. 2. These articles are all available as full text PDF files through the SDSU Lirbrary’s Public Access Catalog (PAC), using the Academic Search Elite (EBSCO) Database. Simply choose “publications” under “advanced search” and type in Phi Kappa Phi Forum.
Unfortunately, one cannot directly link to the full text files because the PAC is password protected. This is probably just as well, as now I will not have to worry about any midnight visits from the copyright police.
“Good Video Games and Good Learning,” by James Paul Gee.
“Game Design and Game-Development Education,” by Mohan Rajagopalan and David Schwartz.
“The Layperson’s Guide to Creating a Computer Game,” by Jon Skinner.
“I Still Don’t Quite Get It: Video Games and New Realities,” by Donald Marinelli.