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All submissions will be rigorously reviewed by members of the Content Committee. Review criteria include: overall quality, novelty & originality, relevance to our audience, adherence to the theme, structure & organization, and clarity of takeaways. The best-reviewed submissions will be accepted and allotted a presentation time during the summit. Please note that acceptance may be tentative pending any required additions, alterations, or clarifications requested by the Content Committee.
Come tell us about your tried and true methods, unique approaches, new ideas, theories, and lessons learned – all in support of real-world GUR applications at the IGDA #gamesUR Summit 2019. How have you been able to improve, sustain or champion impactful processes, deliverables, or methods.
Panels : Discuss a topic of mutual interest from several researchers for which multiple expert perspectives are useful and insightful. Panel proposals are encouraged to consider audience participation, as well as having a panel moderator.
Roundtables : Openly discuss topics in a more freestyle format than a panel, where everyone present is encouraged to contribute to the topic of the roundtable. Roundtable proposals are encouraged to touch upon topics of broad interest, in either traditional or fishbowl format.
Back to Basics : Sessions on introductory topics relevant to anyone starting out in the Games User Research community, or more experienced researchers looking to expand their knowledge base in a particular knowledge area.
Workshops : Interested in running a workshop on how to perform a particular method? Consider running an interactive workshop where you can help others become familiar with how to enhance their research with new methods or approaches.
Posters : Present research conducted, including ongoing research or early findings. Posters will have at least 1 presentation time slot.
Other : Appropriate for content not covered in the formats above. Please be as specific as possible in your proposal to get a clear idea of what you are imagining for your session.