Blown to Bits: Video Games Made with Scratch

In Fall 2012, students in "Composition and Computation" read Blown to Bits, a text that deals with some of the cultural implications of life in a computational world. In groups, they developed games that make procedural arguments about the various topics discussed in this text, including privacy, encryption, copyright, and censorship.

This course was part of a Freshman Interest Group (FIG) in which students also took two other courses: "Introduction to Computation" and "Introduction to College Composition."