[games_access] Call for Paper: Game-based Learning, Duisburg, Germany

Sandra Uhling sandra_uhling at web.de
Mon Jun 7 15:58:11 EDT 2010


Hello,

I got a Call for Paper:

Note: Game Accessibility and Silver Gaming are in these topics: "Diversity
and Game-based Learning"

Best regards,
Sandra



The 4th workshop Game-based Learning will take place as part of the DeLFI
2010 in Duisburg, Germany.


Motivation:

What is Game-based Learning, what is Edutainment, and what are Serious
Games? What is the major difference between classic eLearning scenarios and
game-based approaches? Is there a way to produce engaging and fun games
which can also be used for teaching and training?

These and other questions have been and will be discussed at the successfull
workshop series Game-based Learning, which took place the first time in
2005, then in 2008, and in 2009, always in the context of the annual German
E-Learning Conference DeLFI.

This year's Game-based Learning Workshop focuses on topics like:

* Learner models in games
* Models of teaching and training with games
* Games didactics
* Games engineering, Light-weight game production
* Mobile Learning - Mobile Gaming
* Diversity and Game-based Learning
* Gender
* Game-based Learning in Second Life / Virtual Worlds
* User-generated Content in Game-based Learning
* Scripting languages for Game-based Learning


Call for Papers:

We expect the submission of previously unpublished work. Submissions should
be five to seven pages in LNI style:
http://wwwmosi.informatik.uni-rostock.de/ecs/dokumente/Layou...

We use EasyChair as a submission system (please choose "new submission"):
http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=wsgbl2010

Note that the main workshop language will be German, although submissions
are accepted in both, German and English.


Important Dates:

30th of June 2010 -- Deadline for submissions

10th of July 2010 -- Notification of authors

15th of July 2010 -- Camera-ready papers due

12th of September 2010 -- Workshop at the DeLFI 2010 in Duisburg, Germany.


Workshop participants and at least one author per paper must register for
the DeLFI Conference!



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