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Vixi: A Master's Way
Grant details: AQ-50803-13
Title: Vixi: A Master's Way
Author: E. Cherkasova
Author: D. Zinoviev
Abstract: Vixi: A Master’s Way (“vixi” in Latin means “I have lived”) features diverse paths to meaning represented by eight schools of thought: the Classical Greeks, the Epicureans, the Stoics, the Taoists, the Existentialists, the Pessimists, the Humanists, and the Buddhists. The game generates various scenarios for the player to respond to. Along the way, the Great Masters from each school offer their “advice” or “warnings” in the form of direct quotations. Some doors open and others close based on whose advice the player follows. The player’s philosophical portrait gradually emerges as his or her choices are being assessed by the Masters. The game has two modes of play: 1) you can follow your own path and see what philosophers have to say about your choices; or 2) you can become “a disciple” of one of the schools and try to “live a life” consistent with its teaching.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://meaningoflife.cherkasova.org/vixi-a-masters-way/
Access Model: open
Source Available?: Yes


Virtual Excavation of Mount Independence
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: Virtual Excavation of Mount Independence
Author: Angela Labrador
Abstract: This virtual excavation simulates an archaeological investigation of Mount Independence, Vermont. It is based on real fieldwork conducted on the site. This virtual excavation platform is meant to be used as an educational tool along with the three video series, "Thinking like an Archaeologist" and an artifact catalog template spreadsheet. Participants are assigned to one of four excavation teams, identified by four different colored icons. Each three-person team "excavates" 9 test units total (3 test units each) and records their finds in their artifact catalog. The experience concludes with a guided facilitation in which the team members compare notes, identify patterns and anomalies in their catalogs, and prepare a short presentation on their findings with regard to their research questions. After each team presents their findings, the facilitator shares with the teams the interpretations made by professional archaeologists. 360 degree photos were taken on location by Peregrine Productions
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.thinglink.com/card/1459937806599061505
Primary URL Description: Link to excavation on ThingLink
Access Model: public link available by invitation
Programming Language/Platform: ThingLink
Source Available?: No


Free and Equal Mobile app
Grant details: BR-264610-19
Title: Free and Equal Mobile app
Author: Walking Cinema
Abstract: When and where did the Civil Rights movement being in the United States? "Free and Equal" is an immersive audio and augmented reality drive through Beaufort, South Carolina where America's "First Civil Rights movement" began during the Civil War. Here 8,000 former slaves were given unparalleled arms, education, land, and political power in what became known as the Port Royal Experiment. Step into this experiment through the eyes of one Black soldier and uncover the roots of today's struggle for Black civil rights. To take the tour you will need headphones, a car, good walking shoes, and a fully charged phone. You can take the tour remotely but it's more engaging when done in the National Reconstruction Era Historic Park.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://freeandequalproject.com
Primary URL Description: the accompanying website is still under construction
Access Model: it is free through the Apple, Google Play, and Android app stores
Source Available?: No


Inside the Japanese American Internment: Interactive Fiction Game
Grant details: FT-254689-17
Title: Inside the Japanese American Internment: Interactive Fiction Game
Author: Tara Fickle
Abstract: "Inside the Japanese American internment," the text-based game completed during the fellowship term, draws on the demonstrated efficacy of educational gaming and empathic learning by having students play the first-person perspective of an internee.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5omLun8vsYFc1dhYlRuY3V4cVU/view?usp=sharing
Primary URL Description: The web link is to a PDF file: an annotated version of a sample page from the game. The game will be rolled out following a final round of testing and certification by our digital scholarship center support staff.
Access Model: Open Access
Source Available?: Yes


Adventures in New York
Grant details: GA-253035-16
Title: Adventures in New York
Author: The 30th Avenue School
Abstract: NYC Grand Prize Winner, 2017 G4C Student Challenge
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/148835644/
Primary URL Description: Adventures in New York
Secondary URL: https://gamesforchange.org/studentchallenge/2017-winners/
Secondary URL Description: 2017 Student Challenge Winners
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: Scratch
Source Available?: No


Through The Eyes of the Beholder
Grant details: GA-253035-16
Title: Through The Eyes of the Beholder
Author: Brooklyn Generation High School, New York
Abstract: NYC Local Stories & Immigrant Voices theme winner, 2017 Student Challenge
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://sia.urbanarts.org/MervinGame/index.html
Primary URL Description: Through the Eyes of the Beholder
Secondary URL: https://gamesforchange.org/studentchallenge/2017-winners/
Secondary URL Description: 2017 Games for Change Student Challenge Awards
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: Unity
Source Available?: No


Immigration Simulator
Grant details: GA-253035-16
Title: Immigration Simulator
Author: Raul Sr Quintanilla Middle School
Abstract: 2017 G4C Student Challenge-Dallas Local Stories and Immigrant Voices Winning Game
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/151464389
Primary URL Description: Immigration Simulator
Secondary URL: https://gamesforchange.org/studentchallenge/2017-winners/
Secondary URL Description: 2017 Games for Change Student Challenge winning games
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Scratch
Source Available?: No


New Home
Grant details: GA-253035-16
Title: New Home
Author: Skyline High School
Abstract: 2017 Games for Change Student Challenge - Dallas Local Stories and Immigrant Voices theme winner
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://gamestarmechanic.com/game/shared/403430/b9314e487dcad496f4f564d225d049de
Primary URL Description: New Home
Secondary URL: https://gamesforchange.org/studentchallenge/2017-winners/
Secondary URL Description: 2017 Games for Change Student Challenge Winners
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Gamestar Mechanic
Source Available?: No


Beyond the Borders
Grant details: GA-253035-16
Title: Beyond the Borders
Author: Cornell School District
Abstract: 2017 Games for Change Student Challenge - Pittsburgh Local Stories and Immigrant Voices winning game
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/146452340/#player
Primary URL Description: Beyond the Borders
Secondary URL: https://gamesforchange.org/studentchallenge/2017-winners/
Secondary URL Description: 2017 Games for Change Student Challenge Winners
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Scratch
Source Available?: No


Reflections: Generations of the Past
Grant details: GA-253035-16
Title: Reflections: Generations of the Past
Author: Trinity Area School District
Abstract: 2017 Games for Change Student Challenge - Pittsburgh Local Stories and Immigrant Voices winning game
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/153497268/#player
Primary URL Description: Reflections: Generations of the Past
Secondary URL: https://gamesforchange.org/studentchallenge/2017-winners/
Secondary URL Description: 2017 Games for Change Student Challenge Winners
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: Scratch
Source Available?: No


Mission US [show prizes]
Grant details: GI-230768-15
Title: Mission US
Author: Sandra Sheppard
Abstract: Mission US: is an award-winning series of free online educational games designed to increase young people's knowledge of American history. In each game, the player assumes the role of a teen in one period of our nation's past, and navigates an interactive environment to explore key events and diverse perspectives.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: https://www.mission-us.org/


Red Sweepstakes
Grant details: GI-50687-14
Title: Red Sweepstakes
Author: Shelley Thompson, David Rohr
Abstract: Web based game where contestants answer questions that are answered in the exhibition The Red that Colored the World at the Museum of International Folk Art
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://www.santafenewmexican.com/newsletters/your_morning_headlines/


VESPACE Foire Saint-Germain Marionnette Theatre
Grant details: HAA-266501-19
Title: VESPACE Foire Saint-Germain Marionnette Theatre
Author: Jean-Pierre Desrousseaux
Author: Paul François
Abstract: This model includes a recorded version of 'Polichinelle censeur des théâtres' (Denis Carolet, 1737) performed by Jean-Pierre Desrousseaux. Download all files in 'MonoBleedingEdge' and 'Theatre Marionnettes Demo_Data' and then launch 'Theatre Marionettes Demo.exe' The access and documentation to this version of the model will be significantly cleaned up and augmented prior to the next report.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://uncloud.univ-nantes.fr/index.php/s/2EDonPRijYLfnGJ
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: This model was made in unity, but should be accessible as a self-contained app
Source Available?: Yes


Life in an African Slave Fort
Grant details: HD-50106-07
Title: Life in an African Slave Fort
Author: Magda ElZarki
Author: Patricia Seed
Abstract: This project is underdevelopment as we recreate ethnographically accurate dress and physiognomy for slaves and African laborers at the fort.
Year: 2015
Access Model: Demonstration at University of California Games Day (most popular game)
Programming Language/Platform: Unity, 3dSMax
Source Available?: No


Mission US: "For Crown or Colony?" (New Version)
Grant details: HK-250704-16
Title: Mission US: "For Crown or Colony?" (New Version)
Author: n/a
Abstract: WNET has launched a new version of Mission US: “For Crown or Colony?,” its award-winning interactive game for middle grade American history students. Created to engage kids ages 9-13 in learning “from the inside” of American history, each game or “mission” puts students in the role of a young person at a pivotal point in history. In “For Crown or Colony?” the player is Nat, a 14-year-old printer’s apprentice who experiences events leading up to the Boston Massacre in 1770. As players progress through the narrative, they meet historic figures, witness key events, encounter multiple perspectives, and then make choices that reflect the challenges of the times. The series and its accompanying resources for teachers are available at no charge. Mission US launched in 2010, and the first five games in the series were built in Flash—a format that will be phased out by 2020. The revitalization of “For Crown or Colony?” begins the process of rebuilding the series in new technology, while deepening the humanities content and adding new features. The new version of “For Crown or Colony?” incorporates technical and instructional upgrades, including: • Converting the game to the Unity engine, and strengthening core technology. The new “For Crown or Colony?” is now accessible via web streaming on PCs, Macs, and Chromebooks, and via downloadable applications for PC and Mac. An iPad version will be released in January. • Enhancing the game’s historical scholarship, visual design, and select scenes for a more impactful learning experience. • Integrating new and improved learning tools, including a new badge system, to enable young people to draw explicit connections between in-game choices and broader historical themes and perspectives. • New accessibility features for English Language Learners and other struggling readers, including captioning of all spoken dialogue, pause/play/rewind function for video animations, and text-to-speech support.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://www.mission-us.org/pages/landing-mission-1
Primary URL Description: Landing page for Mission 1: "For Crown or Colony?"
Secondary URL: http://mission-us.org
Secondary URL Description: Homepage for the Mission US series
Access Model: Free/open access
Programming Language/Platform: Unity WebGL (iPad version will be launching in January)
Source Available?: No


Stupid Robot
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: Stupid Robot
Author: Tiltfactor
Abstract: Stupid Robot is a single-player browser game in which players input words and try to match a words that other players have entered previously.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://www.metadatagames.org/#stupidrobot
Primary URL Description: Webpage for Stupid Robot
Programming Language/Platform: web-based game. php, html5, javascript, css (see mg-game for source code)
Source Available?: Yes


One Up
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: One Up
Author: Tiltfactor
Abstract: OneUp is a two-player game for iOS, Android, and web browsers. Players are shown the same image and must submit tags in a series of rounds. Points are awarded for submitting tags, with bonus points for matching words previously submitted and for not submitting tags their opponent has entered.
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://www.metadatagames.org/#oneup
Programming Language/Platform: web-based game. php, html5, javascript, css (see mg-game for source code)
Source Available?: Yes


Pyramid Tag
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: Pyramid Tag
Author: Tiltfactor
Abstract: Pyramid Tag is a single-player game for iOS and Android devices in which players have two minutes to try to match popular tags for images with a particular number of letter spaces provided. Points are awarded for matching a higher number of words of distinct length.
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://www.metadatagames.org/#pyramidtag
Programming Language/Platform: web-based game. php, html5, javascript, css (see mg-game for source code)
Source Available?: Yes


NexTag
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: NexTag
Author: Tiltfactor
Abstract: NexTag is a single-player browser game similar to Zen Tag in which players can tag audio and video files, which are presented to players in twenty-second segments.
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://www.metadatagames.org/#nextag
Programming Language/Platform: web-based game. php, html5, javascript, css (see mg-game for source code)
Source Available?: Yes


Guess What! (v2.0)
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: Guess What! (v2.0)
Author: Tiltfactor
Abstract: Guess What is a two-player game in which one player is shown an image and must provide clues to a second player, helping him or her identify the first player’s image from within a series. Points are awarded to both players based on the number of hints required for the guesser to correctly identify the image.
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://www.metadatagames.org/#guesswhat
Programming Language/Platform: web-based game. php, html5, javascript, css (see mg-game for source code)
Source Available?: Yes


Zen Tag (v2.0)
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: Zen Tag (v2.0)
Author: Tiltfactor
Abstract: ZenTag Tag is a single-player browser game. The game presents players with an image and invites them to describe the image with tags, separated by commas. Players are awarded points for the number of tags they submit.
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://www.metadatagames.org/#zentag
Programming Language/Platform: web-based game. php, html5, javascript, css (see mg-game for source code)
Source Available?: Yes


The Anatolian Trail: Roots of the Ancients (demo)
Grant details: MD-263922-19
Title: The Anatolian Trail: Roots of the Ancients (demo)
Author: Andrew Byrd
Author: Brenna Byrd
Abstract: This is a brief demo of the game The Anatolian Trail: Roots of the Ancients, which was produced using funds from a Digital Projects for the Public Discovery grant. It is designed to engage a broad audience on the scholarship of Proto-Indo-European and ancient Indo-European (IE) languages and cultures. The game is set in the age of the Indo-Europeans, a prehistoric tribe that split into many of the cultures of Eurasia from the past 5000 years. By battling ancient monsters from IE folklore, gaining blessings from the gods of the IE pantheon, and even conversing with the locals in their native tongue, players will be able to experience first-hand the results of two centuries of scholarship.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://sites.google.com/view/byrd-byrd-harrison/home
Primary URL Description: This is a website that contains demos for the game, in both PC and Mac. (Currently, the PC demo is more stable than the Mac) It also contains links to videos of gameplay, the script, music, and the game's flowchart.
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: C#, Unity/PC & Mac
Source Available?: Yes


Walden, a game [show prizes]
Grant details: MN-234066-16
Title: Walden, a game
Author: USC Game Innovation Lab
Author: Tracy Fullerton
Abstract: Walden, a game is a six hour, exploratory narrative that begins in the summer of 1845 when Thoreau moved to the Pond and built his cabin there. Players follow in his footsteps, surviving in the woods by finding food and fuel and maintaining their shelter and clothing. At the same time as players strive to survive off the land, they are encouraged to explore the beauty of the woods and the pond, which hold a promise of a sublime life beyond their basic needs. As well, they can interact with characters from Thoreau's life including mentor Ralph Waldo Emerson, sister Sophia Thoreau, editor Horace Greeley, activist A. Bronson Alcott, naturalist Louis Agassiz among others. The game follows the loose narrative of Thoreau's first year in the woods, with each season holding its own challenges for survival and possibilities for inspiration.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://www.waldengame.com
Primary URL Description: Project website for Walden, a game
Secondary URL: http://www.waldengame.com/educators
Secondary URL Description: Educators FAQ for Walden, a game including information on how to request a complimentary copy of the game.
Access Model: For sale (free to educators on request)
Programming Language/Platform: Unity game engine
Source Available?: No


Race to Ratify [show prizes]
Grant details: MN-258857-18
Title: Race to Ratify
Author: Kelly Leahy Whitney
Abstract: A new immersive experience on a pivotal topic: the ratification of the United States Constitution.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://www.icivics.org/games/race-to-ratify


Back to the City of the Sun A/R Experience [show prizes]
Grant details: MN-268881-20
Title: Back to the City of the Sun A/R Experience
Author: Jack Kerber
Abstract: This project is to produce an augmented reality application for Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site. This experience will enable visitors to see structures, people, and other features of this ancient site through the lens of their smartphone or tablet. There will be extra audio and vision opportunities loaded to the experience as well as a complementary website. The website will include curriculum for school use. Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site is a UNESCO World Heritage and US National Historic Landmark. This project will greatly enhance the visitor's experience and bring awareness of the site.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://cahokiamounds.org/augmented-reality-project/
Primary URL Description: An augmented reality app for the Cahokia Mounds historic site and a complementary websi
Access Model: Open Access
Source Available?: No


May 4th Augmented and Virtual Reality Tour
Grant details: MN-268921-20
Title: May 4th Augmented and Virtual Reality Tour
Author: Richard Ferdig
Author: Robert Clements
Author: CC Lu
Author: Enrico Gandolfi
Author: Annette Kratcoski
Author: Chris Lenart
Abstract: The completed project, The May 4 Augmented Reality Experience, was created to allow users from any location to view the events of May 4, 1970 in the frame of the present through the lens of augmented reality. (Accessible at https://may4thxr.kent.edu/index.html). The experience is designed to immerse and engage users as they journey through the events of May 4, 1970. As the tour is initiated, participants follow a trail through the National Historic Landmark site that chronicles the events of May 4 using augmented reality (AR) hotspots along the path that transport users to that fateful day via the use of images overlaid on present day imagery as well as audio from the time period. Users effectively view the events from the same physical space and time through pictorial and aural historic place restoration. Each hotspot focuses on an important aspect of the events surrounding the shootings and offers additional media and links to enhance and engage the user in the underlying humanities themes through different perspectives and viewpoints.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://may4thxr.kent.edu
Primary URL Description: Link for the main May 4th AR and VR tour.
Secondary URL: http://glare.cs.kent.edu
Secondary URL Description: Link for the GLARE open access editor.
Access Model: Open Access
Source Available?: Yes


Chrono Cards & Fact Fuse
Grant details: MT-234029-16
Title: Chrono Cards & Fact Fuse
Author: Tracy Fullerton
Author: Sean Bouchard
Author: Martzi Campos
Abstract: Two games about making history designed by the University of Southern California Game Innovation Lab. Chrono Scouts and Fact Fuse were created to teach middle and high school students about the causes of American Revolutionary War through practicing historical thinking. With Chrono Scouts on one side of the deck and Fact Fuse on the other, teachers and students have two ways to explore this critical moment in history.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://history.gameinnovationlab.com
Primary URL Description: ChronoCards homepage
Access Model: Open access
Programming Language/Platform: Unity game engine (digital version)
Source Available?: No


Resonant
Grant details: MT-263973-19
Title: Resonant
Author: CyArk
Abstract: Resonant is a prototype VR game utilizing our extensive documentation of the Balcony House cliff dwelling at Mesa Verde.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.dropbox.com/s/byifzns1dwxyccv/Resonant_Prototype.apk?dl=0
Primary URL Description: The prototype was produced to be played on an Oculus Quest VR headset. The final prototype executable is an apk file. After downloading the file it can be uploaded to an Oculus Quest to play.
Secondary URL: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mon2e2jgycfsabb/Resonant_Prototype_Video.mp4?dl=0
Secondary URL Description: CyArk created a video walkthrough of the entire experience for those who do not have access to a Oculus Quest VR Headset.
Access Model: Prototype and not publicly accessible
Programming Language/Platform: Unity
Source Available?: No


A Strong Fire
Grant details: MT-268952-20
Title: A Strong Fire
Author: Wendi Sierra
Abstract: This is the fully playable, stand-alone game.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://astrongfire.com/
Primary URL Description: This is the site the game can be played at.
Access Model: Open Access
Programming Language/Platform: HTML 5
Source Available?: No


River of Time
Grant details: MT-277003-21
Title: River of Time
Author: Yeti CGI
Author: Grand Rapids Public Museum
Abstract: The Grand Rapids Public Museum (GRPM) will create a prototype for a web-based mobile game called River of Time that will encourage thousands of participants to explore the Grand River Watershed and interact with high quality humanities content at 12 interaction points around the region.The scalable prototype will be built within the official GRPM GitHub repository and will inform the development of a future platform to allow the GRPM to deliver curated information, digital collections, and engaging, interactive experiences at historically and culturally significant real world locations. Because the game prototype will run in a web-browser, anyone will be able to access it for free using their own device. This prototype platform will lay the foundation for even broader community engagement that directly ties the human experience of exploring your place to museum-quality content.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://grpm.org/digital/riveroftime
Primary URL Description: Landing Page for the River of Time ambient user experience. Visitors use their physical location and their smart device to explore the history and culture of the Grand River region as told by the artifacts they collect along the way. Each artifact contains a piece of the River of Time story and an experience that helps connect the user directly to the wonderful materials and information crafted through partnerships with local experts and humanities scholars.
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: Web, JS (PublicOS)
Source Available?: Yes


Life of Torrey: Word Search
Grant details: PW-234827-16
Title: Life of Torrey: Word Search
Author: Richard Jones
Abstract: This product is a Word Search that depicts the life of John Torrey and major influences on his botanical career. The Word Search features a glossary defining each of the words and how they relate to Torrey's life as well as recruitment information. The Word Search is available in the Mertz Library for all visitors, and copies are also distributed at events and programs that highlight the transcription project.
Year: 2019
Primary URL Description: N/A
Secondary URL Description: N/A
Access Model: Open access, Print
Programming Language/Platform: N/A
Source Available?: No


You Are the Historian
Grant details: PW-259002-18
Title: You Are the Historian
Author: Plimoth Patuxet Museums
Abstract: Plimoth Patuxet Museums has reimagined and redesigned "You Are the Historian: Investigating the First Thanksgiving", its popular interactive game that has entertained school-aged children and families since 2002! In conjunction with FableVision Studios, a multimedia production company, and an Indigenous Advisory Committee, Plimoth Patuxet Museums has created a new online game that explores Wampanoag life prior to European settlement and the year leading up to the 1621 harvest feast, today known as the “First Thanksgiving." The game investigates the interactions between the Wampanoag people of Patuxet and the earliest colonists known as the Pilgrims by exposing players to archaeological artifacts from the museum’s collections, primary source documents, and oral stories told from generation to generation. "You Are The Historian" directly responds to the increased demand for nuanced and fact-based history told from both an Indigenous and Colonial perspective. The Museum has created an experience that will transport visitors to Patuxet, the pre-European homeland of the Wampanoag, and immerse them in a story of cultural change and persistence that spans 12,000 years. Students will be able to further explore the rich historical context of the Indigenous and Colonial experiences during their earliest encounters through magical time travel, an anonymous tipster, mysterious riddles, historic artifacts and archives, and plain, old-fashioned smart thinking!
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://plimoth.org/for-students/you-are-the-historian
Access Model: web access
Source Available?: No


Arranging Cavendish's Atom Poems: Twine Experiment"
Grant details: RA-247969-16
Title: Arranging Cavendish's Atom Poems: Twine Experiment"
Author: Liza Blake
Abstract: Arrangement was a central concept in ancient and early modern atomism, and also to Cavendish’s atomistic poetics: each poem is not a stand-alone, self-complete, well-wrought urn, but a kind of tile that can be rearranged into different mosaics of thought. Cavendish undertakes one such rearrangement in her 1664 edition, where the poems appear in a radically new configuration, and with new lines, ideas, and word-choices. The shuffling of the poems across editions, I argue, is not a correction, but an experiment on Cavendish’s part, an attempt to think through concepts of arrangement, atomism, and the logic of collection. Her experiment changes how we read her poetry, and, in a larger scale, helps us rethink histories of early reading practices as well as poetry’s contributions to atomistic philosophy during the rise of science.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://philome.la/medrenliza/arranging-cavendishs-atom-poems-twine-experiment/play
Primary URL Description: link to game
Access Model: Open source
Programming Language/Platform: http://philome.la/medrenliza/arranging-cavendishs-atom-poems-twine-experiment/play
Source Available?: Yes


Exploring the Landscape for Food at Wingo's
Grant details: RZ-51154-10
Title: Exploring the Landscape for Food at Wingo's
Author: Mark A. Freeman
Author: Barbara J. Heath
Author: Eric G. Schweickart
Abstract: This web-based game challenges students to collect food for three meals from the Wingo's quarter and surrounding landscape, using faunal and floral data from the site. Students visit field edges, woods, plantation fields, a garden, and hen house, go fishing, visit the store, and receive provisions in order to collect enough food to feed themselves and their families. Obstacles abound.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://web.utk.edu/~bheath2
Primary URL Description: Follow the link to Education, Bones and Seeds, and Exploring the Food Landscape
Access Model: open access
Programming Language/Platform: javascript
Source Available?: Yes


Children's Museum SD: Connectivities
Grant details: SO-268667-20
Title: Children's Museum SD: Connectivities
Author: Children's Museum of South Dakota staff
Abstract: Connectivities is like a Children’s Museum in a box! It contains activities designed to launch creativity, spark joy, and foster meaningful relationships between adults and the special children in their lives.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://prairieplay.org/connectivities/
Primary URL Description: This URL leads to a landing page explaining the Connectivities program and allowing users to order two available Connectivities Boxes geared toward children aged 6 and above: “Reaching Out” and “Storytelling.”
Secondary URL: N/A
Secondary URL Description: N/A
Access Model: subscription only
Programming Language/Platform: N/A
Source Available?: No


NN Cannery Story Map (in progress)
Grant details: ZR-256751-18
Title: NN Cannery Story Map (in progress)
Author: National Park Service
Abstract: Through its underrepresented history program, the National Park Service is developing an interactive story map which will be made available to the public. The map is currently in process.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1vc-F2IsUscM0qv63-ExHpMth_dJPIwYv?usp=sharing
Access Model: In process
Source Available?: No