G4C Industry Circle: Navigating Game Based Learning in EU with Triseum

    2017-18 INDUSTRY CIRCLE WEBINAR WITH TRISEUM ON YOUTUBE LIVE   On May 29th, join the fourth installment of the Games for Change 2017-2018 Industry Circle. The Industry Circle is a program that showcases the achievements and opportunities in the impact games sector by highlighting leading studies that have made a significant contribution to our… Read more »

Take On Game Development Challenges at #G4C18!

  Tackle Development Challenges at the 2018 Games for Change Festival Whether your development portfolio consists of one game or one hundred, the sessions at #G4C18 are designed to help solve your top challenges. Highlights include: Developing Kid-Friendly Online Communities: Katie Salen (University of California, Irvine) will explore a play-based approach to raising socially and… Read more »

#G4C18 Festival Program: Children’s Media Highlights

  Join fellow content creators, educators and researchers at the Games for Change Festival to explore current media trends and opportunities for innovation.  Panel, talks and workshops at #G4C18 include: -Mimi Ito (University of California Irvine) will share her perspectives on children’s changing relationships to media and communications -Kristin Cook (Sesame Workshop) will describe how… Read more »

#G4C18 Festival Program: EdTech Highlights

  Meet with potential funders, network with future partners and gain practical advice for developing, marketing and sustaining your EdTech projects.  Join us at #G4C18 for these sessions and more: –Gonzalo Frasca (DragonBox) will describe the challenges involved in creating a full math curriculum with games, printed textbooks and storybooks –David Langendoen and Leah Potter… Read more »

The XR for Change Program Is Live!

  The XR for Change Summit program is LIVE!   With a day full of talks, breakouts, and demos, the XR for Change Summit will showcase a range of promising immersive projects and emerging technologies. Join fellow developers, storytellers, researchers, journalists, artists, nonprofits and more to explore how AR/VR/MR can drive social good. New sessions… Read more »