[Air-L] Report of Games and Gaming Minitrack, HICSS 2018 & 2019 conferences

Mia Consalvo mconsalvo at gmail.com
Thu Jan 18 09:09:55 PST 2018

Hi all!

We are happy to share a few things with the game studies community.

*First*, the Proceedings are now available for the Games and Gaming
Minitrack from the 2018 HICSS conference. Here's a list of the papers
presented, and a link to the proceedings where you can find copies:

Videogame Walkthroughs in Educational Settings: Challenges, Successes, and
Suggestions for Future Use
Kelly Bergstrom, Jennifer Jenson, Emily Flynn-Jones, Cristyne Hebert

Finding Sociality In Single Player Games: A Case Study of Tandem play
amongst Friends and Couples
Mia Consalvo, Jason Begy, Pierson Browne, Sarah Ganzon, Rainforest
Scully-Blaker, Rebecca Waldie

The Relationship between Player's Gaming Orientation and Avatar's Capital:
A Study in Final Fantasy XIV
Henry Korkeila, Juho Hamari

Impact of Playing Pokémon Go on Wellness
Shahrokh Nikou, Julian Tarvoll, Anssi Öörni

The Effects of Game Players' Social Intelligence on Social Support and
Psychosocial Problem Factors in a 2-Wave Longitudinal Study
Hye Rim Lee, Eui Jun Jeong, Sung Je Lee

[Please also note there are several other game papers in the proceedings,
under different tracks]

*Second*, we will again be proposing the Games and Gaming Minitrack as part
of the Digital and Social Media Track for HICSS 2019. That conference will
take place January 8-11, 2019, in Grand Waileia, Maui. The link to the
website for the conference is http://hicss.hawaii.edu/

Papers will be due June 15, 2018, and notifications of decisions made by
August 17.

We will have three minitrack chairs this time around: Nat Poor (
natpoor at gmail.com), Mia Consalvo (mia.consalvo at concordia.ca), and Kelly
Bergstrom (kelly.bergstrom at hawaii.edu). Please email any of us if you have
questions about this year's proceedings or next year's conference!

Mia, Nat & Kelly
Mia Consalvo, Ph.D.
Professor and Canada Research Chair in Game Studies & Design
Author of Atari to Zelda: Japan's Videogames in Global Context, 2016, MIT

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