Month: October 2017

Games that change your mind

Teresa de la Hera talks about the potential of digital games to change the attitude of players in a special issue recently published by Utrecht University. In the interview Teresa talks about the theoretical knowledge on Persuasive Games gained during the PGiC project. Read the whole interview here: PDF. Read More

Lesson series ‘Gaming’ for primary school children

On 10 October, at Erasmus University Rotterdam, Jeroen Jansz opened the Lesson series ‘Gaming’ for primary school children. The course was developed by Wetenschapsknooppunt Erasmus University (Public Science) in collaboration with Jansz, also building upon PGIC research. About 140 pupils will spend 6 lessons on the nature of (digital) games and their effects. They will practice interviewing as a scientific method and develop their own game. Read More