The year’s summer institute, June 17 – July 6 in Jonesboro and Fayetteville, Arkansas, will address the issues surrounding the:
“academic use of game engines, including the balance of immersion with accuracy, strategies for storytelling and graphical user interfaces (GUIs) in ‘serious’ games, and questions of power and appropriateness in using video game conventions to represent non-contemporary or non-Western cultures.”
The institute accepts 20 applicants, and each received a stipend of $2700. Deadline for applications is March 15.
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