Category:Colloquium

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This category collects all pages that are posted as Colloquium.

[A Colloquium] is "an academic seminar usually led by a different lecturer and on a different topic at each meeting."

The colloquia take place every odd week on Tuesday at 11:00 (B1003). The first half hour we use to make a quick round on all matters concerning the serious gaming research. The last hour is designated to a colloquium.

Colloquia are open to anyone affiliated with research in serious gaming.

Last 10 colloquia by date

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26 January 2016HylkeStudent project presentations (Sem 1 of 2015/2016)Colloquium: 2016-01-26 11:00
12 January 2016Bard WartenaCreating the Game Mechanics DatabaseColloquium: 2016-01-12 11:00
3 November 2015Ludger van Dijk (RUG)Using game technology to train upper arm prosthetic usersColloquium: 2015-11-03 11:00
13 October 2015NoopurGame Jam: Involve family in behaviour change; game as a research instrumentColloquium: 2015-10-13 11:00
2 June 2015Ronnie NelisGame AnalyticsColloquium: 2015-06-02 11:00
27 March 2014Mark NelsonStanford Peace Innovation LabColloquium: 2014-03-27 15:00
14 February 2014KyungSik Kim (Hoseo)Cross cultural Happy Ageing -- South Korea -- Northern NetherlandsColloquium: 2014-02-14 14:00
21 January 2014Jeroen HouttuinExploring the Game Transfer Model Improving Games for LearningColloquium: 2014-01-21 11:00
7 January 2014Michelle GerbrandsClinical reasoning for doctor trainees using serious gamesColloquium: 2014-01-07 11:00
10 December 2013Wouter Boendermaker (UVA)Prevention in addiction - Using a serious game to train cognitive control in adolescentsColloquium: 2013-12-10 11:00
Archived colloquia

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Colloquium: 2018-12-19 04:01

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