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Please join Dr. Jessica Clements and her Jan term students TODAY (Jan 28) to hear about their game studies research. Dr. Clements also promises “light refreshments” and a chance to vote for originality and creativity in the student presentations.
The format is an open house, so drop in when you can.
Here are the details:
WHAT: Writing in Virtual Worlds Game Studies Research Project Showcase
WHEN: Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 1:30-3:00 p.m.
WHERE: WEYR 203
WHY: To learn and be entertained by our research into varying games studies issues: PTSD and Alzheimer’s cyber therapy, gaming addiction, the evolution of educational video games, role-playing and the gamification of the classroom, video games as/and art, direct vs. indirect storytelling in games and traditional narrative, music and emotion in gaming aspects, artificial intelligence, feminist perspectives on gaming communities, etc., etc.!