Friday, 22 April 2011

SAGE Simulation And Gaming journal special issue on serious games

The SAGE-published Simulation And Gaming journal will be running a special issue titled "Serious games: Analysis and case studies". The guest editors are seeking contributions that advance the state of the art in the technologies available to support the sustainability of serious games. Topics of interest include:

•Serious games research
•Theory, including taxonomies
•Interactive serious games
•Virtual and augmented reality serious games
•Research on effectiveness and quality of learning from serious games
•Serious games for mobile platforms
•Multimodal human computer interaction
•Artificial reality in serious games
•Multimedia games and learning
•Debriefing in serious games
•Effectiveness of learning

The deadline for initial proposals is the end of 2011, more information can be found here.

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