In a new article on her Instructional Design Fusions blog at Atomic Meme, Dianne Rees provides a listing of introductory resources for board games.

Dianne focuses on education, so while her “gateway to board games” lists many sites gamers may already be familiar with, the education spin takes the list into other territory. Besides listing staples like BoardGameGeek and  the Board Game Designers Forum, you’ll find:

  • an article about how board games connect to the American Association of School Librarians;
  • board game projects  by SDSU Masters students in their Educational Technology Program
  • links to videos from Kongregate and Board Games with Scott; and more.

Check out the article at her blog.


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