Take On Game Development Challenges at #G4C18!


Tackle Development Challenges at the 2018 Games for Change Festival

Whether your development portfolio consists of one game or one hundred, the sessions at #G4C18 are designed to help solve your top challenges. Highlights include:

Developing Kid-Friendly Online Communities: Katie Salen (University of California, Irvine) will explore a play-based approach to raising socially and emotionally aware gamers


Launching a Location-Based Game: Anastasia Goodstein (The Ad Council) will share challenges and lessons learned from launching a geo-location game for the Love Has No Labels campaign


Improving Game Learning Data and Assessment: Stuart Claggett (Dig-iT! Games) will discuss new approaches for data interoperability across games to help assessment reporting



Meet the Funder Sign-Ups Are Now Open!

Do you want to learn more about the funding process of different federal agencies? Sign up to attend these 30-minute sessions and ask questions about opportunities available for games! Meet government representatives like Jax Deluca (National Endowment for the Arts, Media Arts), Lakita Edwards (National Endowment for the Arts, Arts Education) Mark Ruppel (National Endowment for Humanities), Ed Metz(Department of Education, SBIR), Dave Miller (National Institutes of Health) and Philip Loew (NYC Regional Innovation Node). Space is limited, so buy passes now and receive your link to reserve a spot in these sessions.



Hotel Discounts Available

Games for Change has partnered with nearby hotels to offer Festival attendees special rates on room reservations. Book before May 25th to take advantage of these discounts!


Author: Leandro Huerto
Source: http://www.gamesforchange.org/blog/2018/05/22/take-on-game-development-challenges-at-g4c18/

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