Game-Based Learning in Higher Education (2012)
On March 9, 2012 the USC Center for Excellence in Teaching in conjunction with the Center for Scholarly Technology presented a faculty forum on Game-based Learning in Higher-Education. An exceptional presentation was given by Provost Professor and world-renowned game scholar Henry Jenkins, Director of the Institute for Multimedia Literacy, Holly Willis, and Cinematic Arts Undergraduate student Allison Tate-Cortese that spawned a thoughtful and engaging discussion. In this overview, event moderator Geoff Middlebrook explains the context of the event and provides information to inspire your thinking about game-based learning.