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Event When Where Deadline
DiGRA 2011 Think Design Play - 5th International DiGRA Conference
Sep 14, 2011 - Sep 17, 2011 Utrecht, Netherlands Apr 18, 2011 (Feb 21, 2011)
 
 

Present CFP : 2011

After Leveling Up in the Netherlands (2003), Changing Views in Canada (2005), Situated Play in Japan (2007) and Breaking New Ground in England (2009) the 5th DiGRA Conference returns to Utrecht for Think Design Play

The goal of the DiGRA conference is to advance the study of games and playfulness. DiGRA 2011 seeks to connect game research to the creative industries and society by fostering the development of an integrated practice of game research, design, engineering, entrepreneurship and play. The conference is designed as a physical and online playground for meaningful dialogue between all players in the field of games. Whilst the conference will include the presentation of (peer-reviewed) papers and practice, invited talks and workshops, we are also very interested in supporting alternative forms and processes through which to participate and stimulate debate and discussion.
TOPICS

The focus of the 2011 DiGRA conference is on integrated practices of game research, the creative industries and society (think: game design, engineering, entrepreneurship and play). We invite contributions on all topics and perspectives.
SUBMISSION AND DEADLINES

Submissions are subject to peer review. Submissions should be in ACM SIG format and PDF (http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates). Full papers will be published in conference proceedings, special issue journals as well as at the Digital Library of Digital Game Research Association on the DiGRA website (http://www.digra.org/dl).

Papers (individual or multi-author): submit an abstract of 600-800 words.
Full papers (optional): manuscripts of up to 7.000 words will be accepted for review. These will be reviewed and judged separately from abstract submissions. You do not need to submit an abstract in order to submit a full paper.
Alternative forms: we are also very interested in supporting alternative forms and processes through which to participate and stimulate debate and discussion, think: posters, panels, roundtables and workshops but feel free to move beyond!

Abstract papers and alternative forms submission: 21 February 2011
Notification of acceptance: 12 April 2011
Full paper submission: 18 April 2011
Full paper notification of acceptance: 17 June 2011
Camera ready version: 8 August 2011
 

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