Posts tagged change
Asi Burak of Games for Change will discuss what it looks like to use “gamification” to engage new audiences and deepen your impact, with particular focus on social justice fields. Asi will be joined by Kfir Damari of SpaceIL,
Meet Theorify, the developers behind the winning game of Games for Change's 2014 game design contest.
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Social Impact & Sci-Fi: How Shoot for the Moon Contest Winner …
As part of the 11th Annual Games for Change Festival, Schusterman teamed up with Games for Change to sponsor a game design contest! Games for Change is a nonprofit organization that catalyzes social impact through
… in for hours at a time, so how can video games be used for good? The Games for Change Festival tries to answer that question by spotlighting games being used as a tool to help teach some of the most serious social lessons.
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Festival Spotlights Video Games That Help Teach Social Lessons …
At the beginning of this semester, our cohort started one of the most looked-forward to classes at DSI, Games for Impact. Taught by Asi Burak, Co-President for Games for Change, and Naomi Clark, a game designer at the Brooklyn Game
… that catalyzes social impact through inventive digital games. As part of the 11th Annual Games for Change Festival taking place April 22-24, Schusterman is teaming up with G4C to sponsor an exciting game design contest.
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Digital Games, Jewish Values, Sky-High Impact
He will share his expertise on video game development at the “Playing for Keeps: Gameful Design for Real-World Action and Social Change” panel, taking place from 9 to 10:30 a.m. March 7. The Digital Media and Learning Conference is
Last month, I attended the 10th anniversary of the Games For Change Festival in New York City. It's hard to believe 10 years have already passed since idealistic game developers came together with the idea that games
Because before you can design a game that promotes social change, you need to understand what makes a game good fun, engaging, effective, and shareable. So last year Games for Change and ESI Design invited the