Media & Press Information
The following documents and images provide a variety of press-ready information and graphics regarding research and activities within NMSU's Learning Games Lab.
- About the NMSU Learning Games Lab - (PDF) (Doc)
- Key contacts for the Learning Games Lab - (PDF) (Doc)
- Learning Games Lab Brochure - (PDF)
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NMSU Learning Games Lab participants, or game consultants, evaluate a variety of computer and video games. Photo credit: Victor Espinoza
NMSU's Learning Games Lab provides a research space for testing games developed by NMSU's Media Productions department. The department has been creating games for more than 13 years. Photo credit: Darren Phillips
Obesity prevention through gameplay is one of the many initiatives underway in the NMSU Learning Games Lab. Photo illustration: Barbara Chamberlin
Researchers at NMSU evaluate the effectiveness of the latest educational and entertainment games and consoles such as Nintendo's Wii, to better inform their game development. Photo credit: Darren Phillips
Non traditional game controllers, such as these guitars, are having a significant impact on educational game design. Photo credit: Darren Phillips
The Learning Games Lab Video Closet is one research tool used to gain feedback from game consultants regarding their gameplay experiences and preferences. Photo credit: Darren Phillips
The Learning Games Lab exposes youth to potential careers in computer programming, animation, and instructional design, develops while allowing them access to game developers. Photo credit: NMSU