Leading Lines

Episode 072 - Mark Sample

av Leading Lines | Publicerades 2/3/2020

In this episode, Mark Sample, associate professor and chair of digital studies at Davidson College talks with Derek Bruff. Sample was the keynote speaker at Vanderbilt’s Learning at Play: a one-day symposium on games for learning and social change. Sample didn’t have a chance to sit down for a Leading Lines interview while he was on campus in November. But he and Derek Bruff got to catch up via Zoom earlier this month, and we are very excited to share that conversation with the Leading Lines audience. He talks about teaching digital studies, designing counterfactual games, and learning through play. As you’ll hear in the interview, Mark Sample is an incredibly thoughtful educator, and we are glad to have him here on the podcast. Links • Mark Sample’s faculty page, https://www.davidson.edu/people/mark-sample • Mark Sample’s website and blog, https://www.samplereality.com/ • @samplereality on Twitter, https://twitter.com/samplereality • Ring™ Log, https://fugitivetexts.net/ring/ • Mark Sample’s Twitter bot, https://twitter.com/i/lists/93507157 • Twine, https://twinery.org/ • Learning at Play, https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/play/ • Learning at Play recaps by Derek Bruff, https://derekbruff.org/?s=%23LearningatPlay

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