Analog Games in Academia
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This panel introduces the impact of analog games in higher education. We will look at current scholarship on non-digital games, game studies academic programs, getting published, & more.
This panel introduces participants to the exciting impact of analog games in higher education. We invite participants to explore current scholarship on non-digital games, game studies academic programs, getting published, and more. Analog games serve as an excellent pathway into graduate study in disciplines such as informatics, anthropology, or media studies. Come to hang out and learn from the editorial board of the (2018 Diana Jones Award nominated) Analog Game Studies!
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None (You've never played before - rules will be taught)
Yes, materials are provided for this game. You do not need to bring your own.
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Thursday at 11:50 AM
JW : 311
Aaron Trammell, Evan Torner, Shelly Jones
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No, this is not a tournament.