Category: Research Outcomes

PGiC at the Control Conference 2015

The PGiC was one of the five projects selected to be pitched at the Research Showcase of the Control Conference 2015, Holland’s premier game development event, organised by game dev publication Control. The Research Showcase aims to facilitate collaboration between the game researchers and the game industry and give visibility to game research studies out

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Game research in Puerto Rico

In May 2015, the International Communication Association (ICA) held its annual conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Ruud Jacobs, Julia Kneer and Jeroen Jansz represented the PGIC team. Our research fell in fertile ground. Ruud’s paper on The Reception and Influence Persuasive Games was part of a panel that also included research on other ‘games

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Interdisciplinary Panel on Games for Social Change at Etmaal 2015

PGiC group will be participating at the Etmaal 2015 conference with a panel on Games for Social Change. The ETMAAL (24 Hours of Communication Sciences) is an annual conference organised under the patronage of NeFCA, the Netherlands Flanders Communication Association, which brings together communication scholars from Flanders, the Netherlands and beyond. The objective is to

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