Let the Games Begin: A 101 Workshop for Making Social Issue Games

Let the Games Begin: A 101 Workshop for Making Social Issue Games

The Let the Games Begin workshop is a soup-to-nuts tutorial on the fundamentals of social issue games. Appealing to those who are new to designing learning games but passionate about social issues, the workshop will feature leading experts on topics including game design, fundraising, evaluation, youth participation, distribution, and press strategies. The workshop will be held in conjunction with the 2008 Games for Change Festival, and will be extended for the rest of the year through an online community dedicated to learning about social games.

The Let the Games Begin workshop is a soup-to-nuts tutorial on the fundamentals of social issue games. Appealing to those who are new to designing learning games but passionate about social issues, the workshop will feature leading experts on topics including game design, fundraising, evaluation, youth participation, distribution, and press strategies. The workshop will be held in conjunction with the 2008 Games for Change Festival, and will be extended for the rest of the year through an online community dedicated to learning about social games.

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