We’re thrilled to announce a new video series here at the CUNY Games Network! We’ve created a YouTube channel to host our newest initiative: “gamecasting” episodes to share insights and initiatives about game-based learning at CUNY and beyond. This channel features full-length interviews with domain experts in game-based learning, edited videos on special topics, live playtesting sessions, and more.
Our first 2 videos are available now:
– An interview with BMCC professor Kathleen Offenholley about her NSF grant to put math games in the classroom
– An interview with BMCC professor and CUNY Games Network cofounder Joe Bisz about how he got started in game-based learning and best-practices for including tabletop games in the classroom.
We’ll release a new video every 2 weeks on Mondays. Please subscribe on our YouTube page or check back here for new releases!
Photo by Patrick Breitenbach.
We are delighted to share that registration is OPEN for the CUNY Games Conference 4.0: The Interactive Course!
Register now on the conference website for this year’s two day conference on January 22 + 23, 2018, featuring talks, workshops, game demos, posters, playtesting, networking, and more.
Advance registration is $35 for full-time faculty and staff, $25 for part-time faculty and non-CUNY students. A limited number of free tickets for CUNY students are also available.
Our CFP is still open too — submit your paper, poster, panel, or other proposal by November 1!
Image by Timothy Valentine.
We’ve just added more details about special events coming up at the next CUNY Games Conference, scheduled for Monday January 22 at the CUNY Graduate Center and Tuesday January 23 at Borough of Manhattan Community College! More details are available on the conference website, and we’re already getting excited for networking and problem solving sessions on Day 1, and an Allure of Play and Unity workshops on Day 2.
P.S. Our Call for Proposals is OPEN until November 1! Submit your proposal on our website, and please share far and wide!
Image by Annette Q. Pedersen.