LDOC, Harvard Edition

This morning I attended our final AIE meeting of the year, and what will likely be my last class ever at Harvard University. Our final activity was a special treat from our program director. I can’t say what the activity was (he wants us to keep it a surprise for next year’s cohort), but it … More LDOC, Harvard Edition

A Brief Interview with TIE Student Graham North

16 months ago, current TIE student Graham North was backpacking through the Eastern Hemisphere. Worlds away from their hometown in Atlantic Canada, he and his then-girlfriend spent a year, and nearly their entire life savings, photographing massive protests in Egypt’s Tahrir Square, feeding Oreos to crafty monkeys in Cambodia, and breathing fresh local air on … More A Brief Interview with TIE Student Graham North

Learning Communities

So I’m taking a swagtastic class at the Ed school this spring called Designing for Learning by Creating. It’s taught by Karen Brennan, a freshly Ph.D.’d professor from MIT who was involved with a very similar class there. The goal of the course is essentially to learn about, tinker with, and create innovative, interactive media. … More Learning Communities

PAX East

For those of you who don’t know (and I really don’t blame you if you don’t), the Penny Arcade Expo (PAX for short) is a series of annual gaming conventions held in Seattle, Boston, and Melbourne, Australia. Each expo is primarily dedicated to video games and tabletop games (i.e. board games), and people come from … More PAX East