Monthly Archives: January 2012

Full schedule for Games for Change @ GDC released


There’s one month to go before we bring our inaugural daylong summit to the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco, on March 6. Early bird pricing ends on February … Read more

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“A Closed World”: Approaching Gender in Games and Real-life


In 2006, the Singapore government began working with The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in a partnership to research digital media. One of their core projects was the Singapore-MIT Game … Read more

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9th Annual Games for Change Festival Call for Talks & Presentations – NOW LIVE!

9th Annual Games for Change Festival Call for Content

The 9th Annual Games for Change Festival will be taking place on June 18-20, 2012. The call for talks and presentations is now live! The Festival is the largest gaming … Read more

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“Passing the Ball” of online safety, part two


In early October 2011, the Game Developer Conference Online (GDC Online) debuted a game called Passing the Ball to tackle the topic of online safety for children. Recently we spoke … Read more

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Kristof: For Journalists, Games are the New Social Media


By Josh Spiro Nothing motivates you to arrive on time like the flush of embarrassment over missing an important event. Just ask Nicholas Kristof. As the first blogger for The … Read more

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Codecademy turns learning to code into a fresh, game-like experience


The face of education is changing (or so we hope!). While kids still learn from text books and instructors, organizations and individuals are working hard to create a paradigm shift. Initiatives like … Read more

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