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The ITAG conference, held annually in partnership with GameCity, aims to bring together academics and practitioners working with interactive technologies to explore and innovate within the areas of ...

The ITAG conference, held annually in partnership with GameCity, aims to bring together academics and practitioners working with interactive technologies to explore and innovate within the areas of Education, Health and Disability.

Thursday 17 – Friday 18 October 2013
The Council House, Nottingham
www.itag.gamecity.org

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  • Thursday 17 – Friday 18 October 2013The Council House, Nottinghamwww.itag.gamecity.orgThe ITAG conference, held annually inpartnership with GameCity, aims tobring together academics andpractitioners working with interactivetechnologies to explore and innovatewithin the areas of Education, Healthand Disability.The cost of the conference is keptdeliberately low, to encourage attendance by not only academics, but alsoteachers, trainers, clinicians, members of the public, students, games andeducation companies with an interest in the conference topics.Highlights include: Interactive workshops usingtechnology and exploring thevarious games Key note addresses fromprominent international speakersincluding Dr Anthony L Brooksand Professor James Newman A ‘Gaming Hackathon’ where participants work together to create a gamein just two days An exhibition demonstrating applications of games for health andeducation and assistive technologies Meet researchers and user communities who can help pull your projectstogether, make new connections and think up new ideasFor further information and to register online, visitwww.itag.gamecity.org