11/8/19 Learning at Play Symposium
Are you doing research on games and learning? Are you using games in the classroom? Are you developing an educational, serious, or historical game? Want to get some feedback on a project, share an idea, or show off your work?
Faculty, staff, and students at Vanderbilt (or elsewhere!) are welcome to share what they're working on during the Learning at Play "Lightning Talk" session, held from 3:10 to 4:00pm on Friday, November 8th. Lightning talks are a fast-paced, fun, and easy way to share your current work, research, or interests with a friendly and supportive audience.
Participants will have a maximum of five (5) minutes to introduce their topic, project, or idea to the audience in a quick, focused, and compelling presentation, with or without a supplementary PowerPoint slideshow (3-5 slides), images, videos, or even a (very brief) game demonstration. A good lightning talk will catch the audience’s attention with a clear message that inspires them to learn more about your work.
Any questions? Email Derek Price,
Provide a title for your lightning talk.
Provide a 2-3 sentence description of your lightning talk.
Provide a short biography. (Don't stress over this.)
Any special equipment or accommodations?
Assume we'll have a projector and speakers.
If you are from outside Vanderbilt, put the name of your institution in the "other" option.
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