Monthly Archives: August 2015

Judo for Tech Isolation? Game for autism benefits social communication

One of the unfortunate aspects of playing video games is that they often lead to isolation and irritability, especially in kids with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). What if there was a game that combines the allure of gaming and leverages … Continue reading

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Exploring genocide in accessible verse

Dana Walrath – Like Water on Stone Genocide is incomprehensible. Maus made the European Jewish Holocaust more accessible, using a graphic novel format. Walrath uses verse to tell of the Armenian Genocide, reminiscent of the book of Lamentations describing the desolation … Continue reading

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