In The News
With the growing recognition of the impact Quest Atlantis is having in our schools, we are gaining increasing news coverage. In fact the Learning Channel will host a special segment this fall explicitly on Quest Atlantis. See NBC Coverage of upcoming TLC episode:
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Below, are links to various news coverage. Please explore the links and learn more about QA in the news!
MyNBC.com (July 13, 2009). National Network To Feature Durham Students. Web version of North Carolina NBC affiliate news piece.
Durham Herald Sun Article (April 30, 2009). On a ‘Quest’ – and on TV. As part of its research for a program on Quest Atlantis, The Learning Channel visited Rogers-Herr Middle School in Durham, North Carolina, to learn how children were using the Plague Unit.
Carolina Newswire (April 28, 2009). Learning Channel to film TV show at Durham’s Rogers-Herr Middle School.
The Washington Post (January 4, 2009). More and More, Schools Got Game.
eSchool News (September 3, 2008). Virtual environment boosts reading skills.
The Fayetteville Observer (August 16, 2007). Making Learning a Game.
Reuters (March 16, 2007). More video games, fewer books at school?
Rocchio, C. (June 20, 2006). The joy of discovery. Daily News Tribune.
Guha, A. (January 20, 2006). Where extra credit equals extra lives. Allston-Brighton Tab.
Lau Whelan, D. (2005). Let the games begin. School Library Journal, 51<(4), 40-43.
Rothman Morris, B. (2002, June 6). Budding scientists, let loose in a world they can save. The New York Times, p. E4.