[game_edu] Topic Of the Week - Education Conferences
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Wed Mar 28 16:52:17 EDT 2012
I usually go to the European Conference on Game-Based Learning. It usually
features a wide range of topics. The atmosphere is very friendly and it is
a great place to network (
On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 9:28 PM, Peter Border <pborder at msbcollege.edu>wrote:
> I like the GLS conference in Madison, WI (www.glsconference.org). There
> are a lot of sessions, many interesting papers, it's pretty cheap and I can
> drive to it.
> And now they haver proceedings!
> Peter Border
> Game and Application Design Chairman
> Globe University/Minnesota School of Business
> 1401 West 76th St
> Richfield, MN 55423
> pborder at msbcollege.edu
> From: game_edu-bounces at igda.org [game_edu-bounces at igda.org] On Behalf Of
> Suzanne Freyjadis [freyjadis at austin.rr.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 12:10 PM
> To: game_edu at igda.org
> Subject: [game_edu] Topic Of the Week - Education Conferences
> Hello SIG Members!
> We are starting a new discussion area here at the Edu SIG…a Topic of the
> Week. This is common with other groups and I hope it will be successful
> With so many education conferences to attend, let’s talk about which ones
> you prefer and why.
> I know that budget is an issue, what about location or whether you have a
> paper to present.
> We look forward to your responses!
> Suzanne Freyjadis
> IGDA Edu SIG Co-Chair
> Freyjadis at austin.rr.com<mailto:Freyjadis at austin.rr.com>
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> Skype: suzanne.freyjadis
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