William Tierney will moderate an LA Times Festival of Books panel titled “The Future of Reading: New Technologies in Playing and Learning.”
Henry Jenkins is one of the three newest members of the board that selects Peabody Awards, one of the most prestigious prizes for excellence in electronic media.
Mark Glaser of PBS News’ “MediaShift” interviewed Henry Jenkins and Andrew Lih of the USC Annenberg School about the ways that media spreads. The interview, which is part of the Mediatwits series, is titled, “Mediatwits #79: FBI Reads Emails Without Warrants; Henry Jenkins on ‘Spreadable Media’”. Glaser asked his guests to comment on whether the […]
MindShift quotes Henry Jenkins, who holds joint appointments with the USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism and the USC School of Cinematic Arts, in an article about proving that games are useful for learning. The article, which is titled, “SimCityEDU: Using Games for Formative Assessment,” says that an upcoming game called SimCityEDU will challenge […]
Can old media measures of success be used to evaluate the rapidly changing new media environment? Henry Jenkins and co-authors Sam Ford and Joshua Green tackle this and other questions in their new book, Spreadable Media: Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Culture. The book, which is part of the NYU Press Postmillennial Pop […]
Henry Jenkins, who holds joint appointments with the USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism and the USC School of Cinematic Arts, is quoted in a MindShift story by Katrina Schwartz titled, “Remixing Melville: Moby Dick Meets the Digital Generation.” Jenkins and his fellow researchers at the Annenberg Innovation Lab have created a teacher’s strategy […]
Members of the audience will be encouraged to consider ways that a game-based approach could be implemented in their programs or courses.
PressEurop.eu refers to Dr. Henry Jenkins in its recent article about young Poles taking to the streets to protest the anti-piracy ACTA treaty.
With Dr. Henry Jenkins and Vanessa Vartabedian from USC’s Participatory Learning And You (PLAY) Project
The interdisciplinary research featured in this issue of Reach is working to positively impact a number of critical topics at the forefront of the American consciousness.