[xmca] CFP

From: John Martin <regardingjohn who-is-at gmail.com>
Date: Thu Feb 28 2008 - 17:08:12 PST

Thought some folks here might be interested in this.

> Call for Papers: Games+Learning+Society 4.0 (July 10-11, 2008;
> Madison, Wisconsin)
> Sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Academic
> ADL Co-Lab, Games+Learning+Society 4.0 features substantive
> discussion and collaboration among academics, designers, and
> educators interested in how videogames - commercial games and
> otherwise - can enhance learning, culture, and education. We
> encourage the submission of traditional paper sessions as well as
> innovative talk formats (chat 'n' frags, fireside chats) which focus
> on game design, game culture, and games' potential for learning and
> society more broadly. This two-day conference will be held at Frank
> Lloyd Wright's Monona Terrace overlooking downtown Madison's
> beautiful Lake Monona. Conference highlights also include workshops
> for attendees new to games research, a special track of selected,
> hands-on sessions designed specifically for practicing teachers, and
> a new, highly-interactive poster session, ideal for those who wish
> to engage in informal, face-to-face discussions about ongoing
> research with roving discussants and other conference attendees.
> Participants and speakers at GLS 4.0 currently include James Paul
> Gee, Sasha Barab, Drew Davidson, Julian Dibbell, Lisa Nakamura, Cory
> Ondrejka, Katie Salen and Doug Thomas.
> Complete submission guidelines are listed inside the submissions
> site at http://glsconference.org. Submission format includes:
> Title; Abstract (500 words or less); Author name(s), picture(s), and
> short bio(s); and lastly, whether you would like your presentation
> to be considered for an interactive (workshop, chat 'n' frag,
> poster) or more expository (symposium, plenary) session.
> Submissions are due online by March 15, 2008.

John Martin
Doctoral Student in Curriculum & Instruction
University of Wisconsin Madison
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