Oregon Game Studies Conference (OGSC) 2016 Sign Up Form

    Student Research Proposal

    Any university student currently doing academic investigation in video game culture and design are invited to present their work. University students who are hoping to present their research on a video game related subject should provide an abstract of 250 words describing their topic. The presentation should run no more than 20 minutes, which will be followed by an informal discussion with the audience.

    Workshop/Demo Proposal

    We seek workshop proposals that focus on video game scholarship and development. Workshops should be informative and encourage discussion. Contributors should plan on an informal presentation. Individuals hoping to lead a workshop should submit a 200 word description of their idea and their predicted needs for space and equipment. Workshops will last no longer that 30 minutes.

    Video Game Developer and Artist Show Participant

    OGSC will have an exhibition room separate from the panel room that is dedicated to displaying locally made video games and video game art. The main show will take place from 1:00pm to 3:00pm, however, the exhibition room will remain open for duration of the conference. Individuals and groups who would like to show their games or game related art should a 200 word description of their work and their predicted need for space and equipment.

    Conference Volunteer

    We are looking for volunteers to monitor the conference rooms, help set up equipment, and offer needed assistance to OGSC panelists. Volunteers will be expected to present for the full duration of the conference, and they are guaranteed the chance to attend at least two panels of their choice. Anyone interested in being a volunteer should supply their contact information and wait for further instruction.
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