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Rhetoric of Gaming Research: Winter 2010

As we head into a new quarter, Stanford's Rhetoric of Gaming class has been hard at work -- playing games, but also considering research topics that they could for the remaining 6 weeks of the quarter. stacks.jpg After a great library orientation and workshop with Stanford's unofficial Librarian of Gaming, Chris Bourg, the RhetGaming students are ready to start narrowing and researching their topics.

As one of the first stages in their projects, they will be posting an entry on this blog in which they identify their topics and then describe and analyze one source that they feel will be important to their research.

They will be writing on the following topics over the next week:

They would welcome feedback on their ideas as they continue to refine their topics and arguments, revise their research question, and brainstorm effective ways to pursue their projects.

http://www.stanford.edu/group/ccr/ccrblog/2010/01/ben_poyet_video_games_in_educa.html#more

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