The Temple Games Interest Group is an association of Temple faculty and staff interested in video game research and curriculum development at Temple University.
We want to be here for you. If you are interested in the Library adding a game to the collection, you may recommend it be purchased using the request form and writing Video Game, Computer Game, or Tabletop Game in the Other field.
Also, if you would like to demo a game in class, you are welcome to use the Library's Gaming Den for this purpose. To reserve this space, visit http://paleystudy.temple.edu/booking/viewing.
Purpose: To do research on masculinity in games, and do research on differences between masculinity and femininity in video games, or what games target exclusively men and boys and what their strategies are to appeal to them (design, content, etc).
Purpose: A general music/music appreciation class, but through the lens of video game music instead of traditional classical or popular music slants. (Is game music popular music?). Development of aural skills through listening, a historical aspect (tracing the evolution of game audio), and a composition component.