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Presentation given on 3 April 2009 in the new AFTRS theatre as part of a LAMP 'Interactive' Workshop. A new taxonomy by Gary Hayes and an overview of the form & many of serious games, brief history & ...
Presentation given on 3 April 2009 in the new AFTRS theatre as part of a LAMP 'Interactive' Workshop. A new taxonomy by Gary Hayes and an overview of the form & many of serious games, brief history & their natural affinity with documentary.
The intersection between documentary filmmaking and games will be explored in this seminar and workshop, providing deep insight into the potential of Serious Games.
Both games and stories have long been recognised as powerful learning tools. Their combination in the 21st century has the potential to provide learning experiences that are collaborative and globally connected. What are the best examples of Serious Games and where are they heading? How can Serious Games be employed by educators, corporations or non-profit organizations?
Screen Australia and the ABC have recently announced a funding initiative in the area of Serious Games. This seminar will bring you up to speed with the latest developments in serious games and provide an opportunity to present your own concepts and workshop ideas with experts in an afternoon workshop.
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