Friday, February 6, 2009

The operational definition of G.A.C. ?

Here is the preliminary operational definition that Sean and I wrote today:
"Gaming Across the Curriculum (GAC) is a scholarly initiative started at Clemson University in 2007 that will identify current uses of computer games and virtual worlds in academia, as well as suggest avenues for further research into pedagogical gaming."
What do you think? Does this make sense?

3 comments:

  1. I would expound upon the 'pedagogical gaming' phrase at the end. Something like:

    Gaming Across the Curriculum (GAC) is a scholarly initiative that will identify current uses of computer games and virtual worlds in academia, as well as suggest avenues for further research into pedagogical gaming (the use of games/play as a way of learning).

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