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EA’s Richard Hilleman Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

The International Digital Media and Arts Association awarded Richard Hilleman with the IDMAA Lifetime Achievement Award at their annual awards ceremony on November 9, 2012, in Miami, Flordia. Richard Hilleman, Chief Creative Director of Electronic Arts, is internationally recognized as one of the most influential video game producers of our time. He was a key figure in […]

Fast Forward 2012: Frederick & Laurie Samitaur Smith

As an organization focused on collegial collaboration—celebrating the best practices within educational institutions and private enterprise, we believe that FastForward 2012 will be the most stimulating and productive gathering we have hosted as we look ahead to the future of media, culture and arts education. In looking toward the trends and issues of the next […]

iDMAa names Olin new Executive Director

Los Angeles– December 12, 2011 – The International Digital Media & Arts Association (iDMAa) today announced that Joseph Olin has been appointed Executive Director to give the association new strategic direction and focus as it positions itself as a champion for educators and creators in the growing digital media arts arena. Olin previously led the Academy of Interactive […]

The Digital Future of Magazines?

I have a confession to make. I love magazines. You could say I am a magazine addict. This doesn’t really fit with my image as a digital media professor, but I can’t help myself. Maybe it has something to do with the smell of a new magazine, that unique combination of glossy paper and ink. […]

iDMAa Recognizes Achievement in Field

The 2010 iDMAa awards recognized excellence and achievement in the field of digital media and in digital media education at their annual awards dinner in Vancouver, BC, on November 5th. The association recognized Amy Christen, vice president of Corporate Affairs at Cisco Systems with the Pioneering Achievement Award for her contributions to digital education through […]

iDMAa 2010 Reflection

Twitter. LinkedIn. Augmented reality. I learned about all of these trends and others while at the iDMAa conferences in years past. Every year I go to the iDMAa conference to network with digital media professors and professionals across the nation and the world. Not only do I benefit from my interactions with programs that are […]

Universities in the “Free” Era

Glenn Platt, iDMAa Past-President and C. Michael Armstrong Chair at the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies, Miami University; and Peg Faimon, iDMAa Advisory Board member and Co-Director of the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies, Miami University, made a presentation on Universities in the “Free” Era at the 2010 South by Southwest 2010 Interactive Conference. […]