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There are many sources of different types (print and media) throughout this guide. However, this section is an attempt to locate all sources of non-print media in one location and thus may duplicate such sources that have already been linked in other sections. These sources consist of both sites - podcasts, blogs, web sites, YouTube channels as well as specific episodes drawn from such sites.
Episodes: Podcast & YouTube
A blog about games, teaching, and miscellaneous musings. I write about game design, game projects, playtests, actual play experiences, and about teaching. I'm especially interested in how games can be used in to enrich learning, encourage students, and spark creativity.
The Spiel Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to making the world a more playful place. We deliver bundles of games to organizations that serve players of all ages (children’s hospitals, senior centers, shelters, halfway houses, boys and girls clubs, schools, libraries, even prisons).
Our digital media network (The Spiel) covers the game industry and supports the global community of players who love them. We release reviews and discussion panels and a wonderful assortment of contributor segments.
Games in Schools & LIbraries
PODCAST: Games in Schools and Libraries (GSL) is a podcast and blog dedicated to exploring how games are used in a wide variety of school and library related activities.
Game, Level, Learn
SITE & PODCAST: This website includes a podcast, game applications, and game related resources. We aim to contribute to the conversation about educational change by making the case for playful, game-based and gamified learning. Our intention is to provide tools and knowledge to anyone who shares this mission.
A Podcast from UniversityXP that explores different ways to learn from games
A show about board and card games that discusses games from the viewpoints of new and expert players, reviewers and people from the industry.
BGDL: Board Game Design Lab
The Board Game Design Lab is a community built on one central purpose: To help design great games. The BGDL has acted as a helpful guide to thousands of game designers from all walks of life.
Since 2013 this show discusses the deep background of role playing games from the perspective of players, game masters, and designers.
Escape Room Divas
Room Escape Divas is an audio program about Escape Rooms from the perspective of escape enthusiasts who have done far more escape rooms than they'd like to admit. The duration of the show is around 60 minutes. Listen in as we sing songs, interview guests within the industry, and gush and rant about our favorite hobby.
Game Brain Podcast
Game Brain is a weekly podcast whose focus t is to review board games, preview board games, talk about current board game obsessions, discuss the board game news, rave rant and wax poetic about board games... it will all be done through the lens of an actual, weekly board game group.
Board Gaming with Education
PODCAST: "Board Gaming with Education" explores board games, game-based learning, gamification, and other elements of gaming and how they can complement, supplement, and interact with education and learning. If you are an educator, teacher, board game hobbyist, or board game professional and you are curious how board games can be used as learning tools, then this podcast is for you!
Board Gaming with Education YOUTUBE CHANNEL
YOUTUBE CHANNEL: "Board Gaming with Education" explores board games, game-based learning, gamification, and other elements of gaming and how they can complement, supplement, and interact with education and learning. If you are an educator, teacher, board game hobbyist, or board game professional and you are curious how board games can be used as learning tools, then this podcast is for you! By tuning into our content whether it is the YouTube channel, the podcast, or our blog, you will have fun learning how games can be used in education and other learning settings. You will learn how to use them in any learning setting or situation you want! If you're just interested in playing games, we also share some hobby perspectives and you can join in on the conversation as well!
A podcast about the "why" of gaming
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