A neologism – the art, science or profession of facilitating learning through play or games
Welcome to Ludogogy Magazine
This magazine relies on the generosity of its contributors who have committed time and effort to creating articles for us to. I am sure that you will enjoy reading what they have created as much as I have. Please see our Contributors’ page to see details of and links to our contributors’ work.
– Sarah Le-Fevre (Editor)
As well as the articles, you will find other features here too.
- If you want to Ask the Expert, pose a design problem, ask for a recommendation, ask for help with a project, or just brainstorm some ideas, contact email@example.com and we will feature your question in the next issue of Ludogogy – for our resident experts – the readers and contributors of Ludogogy to exercise their brains on.
- Reviews– Use the same email to get in touch if you have a product, service, book, course or whatever, you would like to see reviewed in the magazine, or if you would like to join the review panel, and get to see and play with new stuff.
- Each month we will run a Focus on…feature – looking at a specific theory, framework, technique or approach. Next month, it could be your thing we focus on. Please send your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Downloadable games and resources. Tools to help your work, and games materials and instruction for you to play with. If you have resources or games materials you would like to share email@example.com
- The ‘Ludogopedia’. Come across a term or name you don’t recognise in an article? Visit Ludogopedia by clicking on the links in the article. This feature will develop in the coming months, with help from our generous contributors.
- Coronavirus ‘special issue’. Guest blogs, external post and lists of resources, posted by our readers, to help us all through the current crisis.
- Front-end publishing enabled for readers to post content direct. You can post ‘Reading Lists’– your recommendations of books, podcasts, courses etc.. Also post your non-commercial ‘Offers & Wants’. If you have a skill you want to share with your colleagues in the Ludogogy community, free copies of your latest book, an offer of mentoring – or whatever -post it in ‘Offers & Wants’ Likewise, if you have something you need help with, post your requests in the same place.
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