2011 8th Annual Games for Change Festival

  1. Presenters: Thomas Fennewald, Gabriel Recchia, Ellen Jameson

    From the 8th Annual Games for Change Festival (June 20 - 22, in New York City)
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  2. Voice questions or ideas that arise throughout the day. Engage fellow attendees on what topics have been most relevant and most challenging.

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  3. Design studios, foundations and venture capitalists are creating new business models to fund social impact games.
    Presenters:

    Dan White, CEO of Filament Games, presents a talk on new models in educational games.
    Chris Swain, CEO and Founder, Talkie

    From the 8th Annual Games for Change Festival (June 20 - 22, in New York City)
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  4. What are the limits and potentials for designing games for ethics? Karen Schrier discusses the collaborative design process of Mission US: For Crown or Colony?, a game developed by Channel 13/WNET, Electric Funstuff, EDC, and CUNY, and supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Based on this case study and extensive research, she describes the best practices for designing games for ethical thinking and inquiry.

    Presenter:
    Karen Schrier, Media Director and educator

    From the 8th Annual Games for Change Festival (June 20 - 22, in New York City)
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  5. There are thousands of amateur game designers on the web, and they’re constantly making games, on any subject you can imagine, simply because it’s their passion. But how do you inspire them to care about the issues that you’re advocating for? This brief talk takes a look at the successes and shortcomings of the Wikileaks Stories project, a collaborative advocacy and design initiative that emerged entirely from the online indie games community.

    Presenter:
    Simon Ferrari, doctoral student, Digital Media program, the Georgia Institute of Technology

    From the 8th Annual Games for Change Festival (June 20 - 22, in New York City)
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Highlights and interviews from the 8th Annual Games for Change Festival that took place on June 20 - 22 at New York University's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.

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