The journal of Digital Culture and Education

I’ve been accepted onto the editorial board of the journal of Digital Culture and Education. This particular online journal:

…is devoted to analysing the impact of digital culture on identity, education, art, society, culture and narrative within social, political, economic, cultural and historical contexts.

They have a nice archive of articles. It’s good – and healthy – to read academic research writing which isn’t just about games, but covers other aspects of online and digital uses. It’s also an Open Access journal, so content within is free to read.

In addition, I am currently:

Previously, I was also a member of the editorial board of Ariadne, specialising in games and gamification in the library and information science sectors.

Meta-Game Studies

Meta-Game Studies, the editorial by Espen Aarseth in volume 15 issue 1 of Game Studies, is an entertaining and interesting read on the issues of research and peer review in this field.

(contains almost obligatory reference to Tom Malone‘s 1980 paper)