[Air-L] CFP: Game Education Summit
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GES US 2010 - Call for Papers
Los Angeles, California, June 15-16, 2010
Game Education Summit USA
University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts
Interactive Media Division
The Game Education Summit USA(GES) hosted by the University of Southern
California's School of Cinematic Arts, Interactive Media Division (IMD) is
seeking paper proposals from the academic, creative and industrial
communities for GES.
Through this annual event we aim to disseminate the most recent,
groundbreaking work on games as education as well as game research. The
conference will also have a strong focus on curriculum development and
The 2010 GES USA mission is to bring academia and the industries that create
video games together to share research and foster relationships that will
benefit both groups.
Submissions will be accepted until February 15, 2010.
The focus of the 2010 GES is on video games and creativity. With video games
merging into more and more aspects of our lives, game education plays an
important role in shaping how students view the world.
Types of submission:
Panels or Presentations
Submissions are solicited of long papers, panels or presentations that
address the following or related topics:
* Education (curriculum, accreditation, methods, integration, design and
* Course Development (Game Design, writing for games, games as art, sound
design for games, ethics and game development)
* Administration (management, collaboration, grants, funding, starting a
* Research (Serious games, literacy games, games in health, military and
* Industry (Partnership, student involvement, internships, entrepreneurship,
games to market)
15 February 2010 Deadline for submission in all categories
10 March 2010 Notification of acceptance
31 May 2010 Deadline for providing names and affiliations for all panel
01 June 2010 Deadline for submitting the final and completed Long Papers
The submission form can be found at www.gameeducationsummit.com
All submissions will be reviewed by members of the Games Education Summit
Advisory Board. All accepted speakers and panel participants will be granted
gratis admission to the conference and accepted papers will be posted on the
Game Education Network after the conference.
If you have any questions please contact Suzanne Freyjadis at
suzanne at gameducationnetwork.com
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