It’s an event in two parts: deep and collaborative planning, followed by unfussy fun. It’s business in the front and party in the back—but unlike most people who embraced the mullet, you’ll be glad you took part in this.
The Games Research Forum will explore how to broaden interdisciplinary research on digital games and learning at the University of Minnesota. This event will shape how the Digital Games and Learning Research Collaborative develops its programs, events, and resources over the next year, to support your research programs.
After a series of short presentations to introduce our work to each other, and discussions to address plans for the next year, we’ll celebrate our hard work with food, drinks, and games.