Tag: Digital Studies Center

Digital Divide? Inequality Issue Runs Much Deeper, Says Researcher

Digital Divide? Inequality Issue Runs Much Deeper, Says Researcher

Jim Brown explains that the digital divide is much more than having a dependable computer and internet connection.

Posted in: Community Outreach
Technically Dating: A Q&A with Jim Brown on Romance in the Digital World

Technically Dating: A Q&A with Jim Brown on Romance in the Digital World

By Tom McLaughlin Over the past decade, online dating has become a common, fast, and efficient way to connect with a potential mate. A Valentine’s Day celebration could include swiping right or sending a winking emoji as much as the traditional flowers, chocolates, and a romantic dinner. So, for better or worse, how have digital […]

Posted in: Arts and Culture
Digital Commons Connects Research and Support Centers Under One Roof

Digital Commons Connects Research and Support Centers Under One Roof

By Tom McLaughlin When it comes to digital technologies, you can say that Rutgers University–Camden students are well-connected. Undergraduates have regularly found guidance and support to explore their disciplines in the digital age at the campus-based Digital Studies Center and Writing and Design Lab. While these research and support centers once functioned separately on campus, […]

Posted in: Campus Life
Digital Studies Center to Host Festival of Digital Language Art

Digital Studies Center to Host Festival of Digital Language Art

  By Tom McLaughlin The Digital Studies Center at Rutgers University–Camden invites participants to a free, public conference delving into the world of digital language art – an emerging field that explores the interactions between texts produced in conjunction with other media, including visual art, sound art, games, installation art, video, and live performance. “U […]

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Pixel Dust: Graduating Senior Fulfills Lifelong Dream to Be a Video Game Designer

Pixel Dust: Graduating Senior Fulfills Lifelong Dream to Be a Video Game Designer

By Tom McLaughlin As a child, Steve Gussman watched intently as his older brother played video games such as “Super Mario 64.” “But I was reluctant to try it out of fear that I might somehow break it,” recalls the graduating Rutgers University–Camden senior. Finally summoning the courage, Gussman was soon playing video games every […]

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