Monthly Archives: May 2016

New G4C Festival keynotes: Sid Meier, Chris Weaver of Bethesda Softworks, Magic Leap, and more

Announcing more Festival keynotes! Sid Meier, co-founder, Firaxis Games Often regarded as “The Godfather of Computer Gaming,” Sid Meier is a co-founder and director of creative development at Firaxis Games. … Read more

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G4C Festival: Our Civics & Social Issues track, curated by Matt Parker 🌍

Announcing the  Civics & Social Issues program   While we are excited to be branching out this year to support learning– and health-focused games, the heart of the Games for Change Festival has … Read more

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The Entertainment Software Association and G4C present the Games for Learning Summit


The Games for Learning Summit, presented by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) and Games for Change, with further support from Microsoft, is open to all Games for Change Festival attendees. The program … Read more

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New chapter in our report on games + impact: Countering four risky assumptions


Our investigation of the big picture continues with our new chapter: Countering Four Risky Assumptions. The free PDF debuted in April at the Games and Media Summit and is published … Read more

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Games for Change Festival: Introducing our new Neurogaming & Health track

Announcing sessions in theNeurogaming & Health track   For the first time ever, the Games for Change Festival will feature a Neurogaming & Health track that highlights collaborations between researchers … Read more

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G4C Industry Circle: Amplify Games on extending learning in and outside of school

G4C Industry Circle: Amplify Games on extending learning in and outside of school

WRAPPING UP THE INDUSTRY CIRCLE SERIES   We are pleased to present our last article in our 2015/16 Industry Circle series, which aims to acknowledge the achievements and challenges in the … Read more

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Resource Review: District Game-based Learning Implementation Guide

  At the 2016 Games for Learning Summit, taking place at the 13th annual Games for Change Festival on June 23-24 in NYC, we will be highlighting recent research and … Read more

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