Room 7 Tuesday 9 July 

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10.00: Introduction and Orientation: Situating Games for Good
Karen Cham, Helen Kennedy and Ewan Kirkland, University of Brighton
Gregor White, Abertay University

10.10 - 10.45: PLAYING WITH PERFORMANCE / PERFORMING PLAY: Creating hybrid experiences at the fringes of video games and performance
Mona Bozdog and Dayna Galloway, Abertay University

11.00 - 11.45: Panel: Game Workers: Individualisation and Collectivism in the UK game industry
Kevin Agwaze (Game Workers Unite UK)
Paolo Ruffino, University of Lincoln
Jamie Woodcock, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford

12.00 - 12.45: 3D experiences to enhance engagement with cultural heritage collections
Karina Rodriguez Echavarria and Myrsini Samaroudi, Centre for Secure, Intelligent and Usable Systems, University of Brighton

Reality Inspired Games: Values-Led Design in Cancer Patient Support
Robyn McMillan, Abertay University

12.45 - 14.00: Lunch break

Please note, lunch is not included but there are various places near the Hotel to get lunch.

14.00 - 14.45: Panel: Creating the Conditions: Enabling Equality in Games Education and Research

Chris Lowthorpe, London College of Communication
Marie-Claire Isaaman, Women in Games
Rosie Ball, Chucklefish Games
Sean Taylor, InGAME
Moderated by Sharon Tolani-Sage, Norwich University of the Arts

15.00 - 15.45: Understanding Social Capital in Gaming Communities
Angeliki Glynou, Edinburgh Napier University

Trapped Between an Exodus and an Apocalypse: How Discourses of Disruption and Crisis Shape and Constrain the Indie Scene
Dean Bowman, University of East Anglia and Norwich University of the Arts

16.00 - 16.45: Panel: Pro-social gaming; designing for public interest
Joseph DeLappe, Darshana Jayemanne, Hadi Mehrpouya, Abertay University

17.00 - 17.45: A Conceptual Framework for Creating Educational Escape Rooms 
Panagiotis Fotaris, University of Brighton

The present and future of scientific discovery games
Benjamin Keep, Stanford University

17.45 - 18.30 - Panel discussion
Karen Cham, Helen Kennedy and Ewan Kirkland, University of Brighton
Gregor White, Abertay University

18.30: Drinks reception with all conference delegates 

Develop:Research Passes

Passes inlcude access to Develop:Research only and official networking events on that day. Lunch is not included.

  • £95 Super Early Bird (on or before 3 April)
  • £110 Early Bird (on or before 5 June)
  • £125 Standard (from 6 June)

All prices exclude VAT.

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