Category: Informal Learning Environments

COM DEV KIT

Groups around the world look to Dames Making Games for a sustainable model for encouraging diverse participation in videogame culture and game-making. And now, with several arts councils and public funders including videogame works in media arts programs, intense media focus, and interest from large and small game studios in supporting community-based learning spaces, we […]

#HERDIGITALVISIONS 0.3: GIRLD MAKING GAMES

#HerDigitalVisions is a multi-phased digital and social media production and outreach initiative that integrates technology and art, supports hands-on and project-based approaches to learning and builds young people’s capacities to become leaders in making on-line spaces safer, more equitable, inclusive and socially responsible. Investigators: AMES

DEAR GAMES

Dear games is a community education project on feminism and videogames which is organized by members of the Different Games Collective in collaboration with Charis Books and More, a historic feminist bookstore in Atlanta, GA. Investigators: Sarah Shoemann Dear Games

GAME CURIOUS

Game Curious Montreal is a 6 week program aimed at improving game literacy skills for people who are curious about videogames, but don’t necessarily identify as gamers. The program will be run by the Mount Royal Game Society (MRGS), a volunteer-run, non-profit organization aimed at promoting safer spaces and anti-oppressive practices in games. The first […]

NETWORK IN PLAY

The goal of the Network In Play project is to create informal sites of social learning about games and technology that put equity, inclusion and diversity at the centre. If you support this goal we would be happy to work with you. This is both a research project and a community based action project established […]