The Sept./Oct. 2011 (vol. 40, issue 1) issue of Knowledge Quest, the publication of the American Association of School Librarians, is all about educational gaming. The table of contents is online, but to get the full issue, you will need to get the journal through your local library or AASL.
I am able to share a preprint version of my article from that journal with you here. It is called "Making Gameplay Matter: Designing Modern Educational Tabletop Games," and you can find it at:
On Sept. 8, 2011, I presented a talk called "From Settlers to Quarriors: Breaking Up the Monopoly with Modern Board Game Design." They recorded the audio of the talk, and I set up a fipcam to get the video.
You can see the video of the talk at YouTube or watch it below.
If you just want the audio, you can get that from the Comparative Media Studies podcast .
Most of the images are protected by copyright from Board Game Geek, so I'm not making the full slides available. You can, however, get the text from the slides at http://scottnicholson.com/pubs/handout2011mitcollnicholson.pdf