The first-person American-history adventure gets a positive review from Play This Thing, which calls it fun and entertaining.
CCT director Shelley Pasnik was interviewed for an NBC News story on iPhone use by toddlers.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting has announced a $72 million grant from the US Dept. of Education for the next phase of Ready to Learn.
An article in Education Research News asks if games can teach academic content and still be fun. The answer? Possible Worlds.
Jim Diamond is featured in this month's EDC Staff Spotlight for his work with educational technology and video games.
In an article in Education Week, Daniel Light discussed some of his research findings about the uses of wikis and blogs in the classroom.
Naomi Hupert and Terri Meade will attend an invitational workshop "Innovation, Education, and the Maker Movement" at World Maker Faire 9/26-27.
EDC online PD projects, including a tech-integration program evaluated by CCT researchers Naomi Hupert and Wendy Martin, are recommended by Edutopia.
EDC Update profiled CCT's Shelley Pasnik on her return from Jaipur, where she spoke about emerging technology trends at an ICT conference.
CCT Director Shelley Pasnik is interviewed about our new work in the latest issue of The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
The new project will build on work already underway on a suite of Nintendo games for science and literacy learning.
The Ready to Learn study continues to be mentioned in the media, most recently in the March issue of Southwest Airlines' Spirit magazine.