Hi folks,I work in a mid-sized science museum and am pushing an ARG at/in/around the museum to museum leadership. I'm wondering if anyone has ever pitched an ARG to a museum before? This particular group is not entirely ignorant about ARG's but they have never done one before and they need something to push them over the edge. My sense is they think it will be too much work, they always worry about expense, they're likely concerned about if the ARG will deliver educational content or be just…See More
Just wanted to suggest folks consider presenting some of their work or research at the Pop and American Culture Conference in Atlantic City, NJ in Nov 7-9. Though games for change are neither necessarily nor entirely popular culture, there is definitely some overlap there that could be interesting and generative to explore. Here's the webiste, with full CFP: http://mapaca.net/Personally, I chair the Childhood Studies area so if your work involves…See More
"We got things officially up and running today in class (yes, April Fool's Day). Prior to now I had dropped hints about the game. For example, I sent my class a link to a blog with a note like "This might be interesting to you, it pertains…"
"Just letting anyone know, this game has now begun. The real meat of the story won't kick in until April, but my students and I are laying the ground work now. We're sticking with the "New Literacies" vs. "Old…"