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5 ways to break into the video game industry

André Thomas, Texas A&M University When you break out the game console to play a video game like NBA2K,...

Who invented video games?

Noah Wardrip-Fruin, University of California, Santa Cruz Curious Kids is a series for children of...

5 digital games that teach civics through play

Karen "Kat" Schrier, Marist College There is a lot of discussion in the United States about how to help...

How student-designed video games made me rethink how I teach history

Adam Clulow, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts Imagine you’re a young samurai in Japan...

Is gaming good for kids?

John Velez, Indiana University Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If...

Gaming has benefits and perils – parents can help kids by...

Katie Headrick Taylor, University of Washington As the pandemic forced many Americans to hunker down at home, the video game industry saw record spending and...

Chess is taking over the online video game world – and...

Ilya Brookwell, University of California, Riverside As a global pandemic continues to determine a new normal, tens of thousands of viewers have been tuning in...

Silicon Valley’s latest fad is dopamine fasting – and that may...

A. Trevor Sutton, Concordia Seminary Silicon Valley’s newest fad is dopamine fasting, or temporarily abstaining from “addictive” activities such as social media, music, internet gaming...

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“You’re unallocated!” and other BS companies use to obscure reality

Kate Suslava, Bucknell University Corporate America has invented many ways to avoid letting the public know it’s laying people off – or telling employees themselves...