First two Lost & Found Games Released!

First two Lost & Found Games Released!

Set in 12th Century Fustat (Old Cairo), the Lost & Found games series explores religious legal systems through gameplay.  The first game, Lost & Found…

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Duke Divinity Interview with Rabbi Dr. Gottlieb

Duke Divinity Interview with Rabbi Dr. Gottlieb

Rabbi Dr. Gottlieb was recently interviewed on technology and religious learning when lecturing at Duke. Excerpt: Technology offers different capabilities — storytelling, problem solving, design…

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Bully Pulpit Podcast: Playing with Judaism in the Digital Age

Bully Pulpit Podcast: Playing with Judaism in the Digital Age

Recorded at Symposium 1 at HUC-NY

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Lost & Found prototype - Medieval Laws Game

Lost & Found prototype – Medieval Laws Game

By Scott Bureau [Exerpt] A team of interdisciplinary researchers, designers and developers led by Owen Gottlieb, an assistant professor of interactive games and media at…

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Lost & Found Game Prototype Featured at NEH 50th Anniversary

Lost & Found Game Prototype Featured at NEH 50th Anniversary

The Humanities Arcade: Playing with History and Culture in the Digital Age  

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Rabbi Dr. Gottlieb at New Media Consortium conference 2016

Rabbi Dr. Gottlieb at New Media Consortium conference 2016

        What kinds of things might one learn in a Games for Learning Design Studio?  Rabbi Dr. Gottlieb describes a new game…

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Rabbi Dr. Gottlieb's chapter on Games and Jewish Education

Rabbi Dr. Gottlieb’s chapter on Games and Jewish Education

“Nurturing Play-Makers & Active Investigative Agents:  Schwartz Tag, Good Video Games, and Futures of Jewish Learning” is now available on the Berman Jewish Policy Archive…

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ConverJent and JWA Launch Jewish Time Jump Curriculum

ConverJent and JWA Launch Jewish Time Jump Curriculum

Brand New Curriculum developed by ConverJent and The Jewish Women’s Archive provides rich material to educators and families for use with the groundbreaking mobile GPS…

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Rabbi Gottlieb on Ancient Chanukkah Games and New Games for Learning

Rabbi Gottlieb on Ancient Chanukkah Games and New Games for Learning

Rabbi Gottlieb is featured on WXXI’s Connections with Evan Dawson.  Here, Gottlieb discusses ancient rabbinic playfulness, games, and new opportunities in religious and humanist education…

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Jewish Time Jump: NY case study featured in Learning, Games & Education book

Jewish Time Jump: NY case study featured in Learning, Games & Education book

Learning, Education and Games. Volume One: Curricular and Design Considerations Karen Schrier, et al. 2014 This book is perfect for any educator or designer seeking…

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