[Air-L] Teaching Game Studies at DiGRA
paulc at seattleu.edu
Tue Jul 22 15:55:46 PDT 2014
We've still got a couple of spots left if people are going to DiGRA and want to talk about teaching game studies.
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
Teaching Game Studies: DiGRA Edition
Sunday, August 3, 2014, 1:30-4:45pm
Mia Consalvo, Concordia University
Christopher Paul, Seattle University
This half-day workshop is a follow-up to the one held at the Foundations of Digital Games conference in April 2014. Following that workshop a report was released, including syllabi, course post-mortems and a synthesis of the discussion regarding challenges and opportunities related to teaching game studies courses. This workshop continues that discussion and focuses on the following:
*Sharing additional course experiences with new participants
*In-depth discussion of a variety of assignments and their structure
*Future projects or activities (creation of a network; special journal issue; book; more white-papers; etc.)
*Other topics as desired by participants
Participation is free and open to all DiGRA attendees. If you wish to attend, please email Christopher Paul (paulc at seattleu.edu<mailto:paulc at seattleu.edu>) with the following information:
-Institution and department
-Teaching experience in game studies
-Your goals and interests in this workshop
Space is limited to 15 participants, so please RSVP by July 30, 2014 in order for us to plan the sessions accordingly.
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