Seven teams from the Production II and Design II classes pitched their game concepts to a panel of industry experts and a public audience Friday.
The student film showcase is at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the IU Cinema.
Collections range from interviews with former physics professors who contributed to the Manhattan Project to histories from Burmese immigrants settled in Indiana.
“Through the Gates” is a joint project from The Media School and the IU Bloomington Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President.
Students will complete nearly half of their credits through work in the new Michael I. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism.
The presentation, “Evaluating Player Experience in TableTop Games Using the Game Flow Model,” explored how the flow theory can be used to determine player experiences in tabletop games.
Alfred Kinsey and experimental filmmaker Kenneth Anger collaborated to curate archival content now housed in the Kinsey Institute.
The IDS Messenger resides inside the Facebook Messenger app and personalizes the news for consumers at times most convenient to them.
Doctoral candidate Megan Connor will use the funding to attend the Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference in Seattle in March.
An information session at 7 p.m. Jan. 15 in Franklin Hall 312 will cover logistics, cost details, the application process and more.