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Games Program Ranked in Top 30!

For the third year in a row, Miami University’s digital game studies program, part of the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies (AIMS), is recognized as one of the top in the country by The Princeton Review and GamePro magazine. The program has been named to the "Top Undergraduate Schools to ...

Major players in the MOOC universe

Ethics, Data Control, and MOOC Development

AIMS faculty member Jim Porter will be presenting a paper on "Ethics and Data Control: The Economics of Online Course Development" at the upcoming Conference for the ...

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Invasion of the MOOCs

Invasion of the MOOCs: The Promise and Perils of Massive Open Online Courses (2014) is a new essay collection from Parlor Press exploring the use of MOOCs ...

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How Hooked Are You?

  “Be a fisherman where there is a lot of fish, but not any fisherman”, said Rich Moran to both Sean Crowe and I. I quickly dabbled the ...

Apparently, there is a basketball down there.

How my father-in-law went from Oxford to Tuscany and back thanks to the Oculus Rift

Research into the use of digital games for the benefits of older adults seems to be on the rise in academic literature. At least, it has been ...

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AIMS examines how digital technology is transforming traditional areas of inquiry. AIMS is committed to rich interactive experiences that empower individuals and organizations to experiment, innovate, and collaborate, while preparing students for the challenges and opportunities that interactive media present.

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