talk about immersive experiences
76 - Alternate Reality Games for Performance
September 27, 2016 12:36 AM PDT
Charles Palmer and Andy Petroski of Harrisburg University of Science and Technology discuss their book about how ARGs can improve staff performance.
Interviewed by @robpratten
September 13, 2016 06:18 AM PDT
Hoy charlamos con Carlos Sánchez-Lozano, consultor en aprendizaje y desempeño y embajador de las narrativas transmedia en el campo de la educación. Descubrimos conceptos como ecosistemas de aprendizaje, nodos y redes de recursos, mientras nos cuenta sobre algunos de sus proyectos en el campo de la aeronáutica, la literatura digital y la conciencia ecológica.
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August 30, 2016 04:22 AM PDT
Lance Weiler discusses the project Sherlock Holmes & Internet of Things, a collaborative storytelling experiment that brings people together around the world to explore the internet of things, rethink the way we tell stories and create a connected crime scene.
This project is run by the Digital Storytelling Lab at Columbia University School of the Arts.
Lance Weiler: @LanceWeiler
Interview by: Robert Pratten @robprattenEP 73 - This War of Mine
August 16, 2016 01:20 AM PDT
Wojciech Setlak and Pawel Miechowsk, writers of the serious game This War of Mine, explain how they broke the scheme of war games to centre the experience around real human struggles and survival.
Interview by @
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thiswarofmine/EP 72 - Learning Design
July 29, 2016 07:34 AM PDT
Listen to Learning Designer Liz Hardwell, from Sponge UK, discuss how she creates training focusing on the learner experience and needs. Liz talks about understanding learners and how to create scenarios that are appealing and relevant.
Interview by @
Twitter: @sponge_ukEp 71: Learning in the wild with transmedia storytelling: How to use transmedia storytelling for informal and blended learning
January 26, 2016 05:46 AM PST
Elaine Raybourn is a Social Scientist from Sandia National Laboratories Center for Computing Research on assignment to Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative (ADL).
Here she discusses how and why intelligent transmedia storytelling ecosystems can be game-changer for training and education. She analyses a use case in order to explore, along with the audience, potential challenges and research opportunities.
This a presentation that explores the to use of transmedia storytelling toward the delivery of connected, enduring learning and participatory experiences.Ep 70 - Stories of Our Shared World: Documentary as co-creation
January 12, 2016 04:48 AM PST
Mandy Rose is co-Director of i-Docs and Director of the University of the West of England’s Digital Cultures Research Centre.
In her presentation for Conducttr Conference 2015, she discussed how digital creative technologies, the online network, and accessible production tools have produced a new context for the documentary project of reflecting and critiquing our shared world.
Mandy shows how this has enabled participatory practices that were at the edges of 20th century documentary to come the fore in a range of contemporary co-creative work with “the people formerly known as the audience”.
Mandy Rose: @Ep 69 - Engagement with Peter and Wendy: Social media storytelling to engage audiences for a long period of time
December 15, 2015 06:50 AM PST
Engagement with Peter and Wendy: Social media storytelling to engage audiences for a long period of time.
Transmedia Producer Emmett Furey talks about his process for engaging audiences across multiple platforms over many months and how he’s developed his practice of social media storytelling.
He discusses his experience as a transmedia producer of The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy, and his work in “Enter the Lodge”a- his “third season” of Twin Peaks which played out solely on Twitter.
This talk was part of Conducttr Conference 2015.
Emmet Furey: @emmettfureyEpisode 68 - TryLife: From community workshops to interactive screen
December 03, 2015 05:12 AM PST
Paul Irwin talks about his award-winning project TryLife: an interactive drama to help young people safely experiment with life and make better decisions. Now in its 3rd season, TryLife addresses problems of drugs, sex and violence.
Paul discusses the process of funding, writing, casting and filming the interactive movie in such a way that it stays authentic to its audience while meeting the needs of the funders – municipal health authorities more used to public health announcements.
November 12, 2015 06:39 AM PST
Listen Jurriaan van Rijswijk's talk for Conducttr Conference 2015.
Jurriaan talks about his broad experience as an applied game architect, creating and designing games to change behaviour in the healthcare sector. He shares his knowledge about applying game mechanics in a strategic way for training, motivation, therapy, rehab and more; explaining how these games provide an efficient, cost-effective and fun solution to improve people’s lifestyle and encourage healthy habits.
You can watch Jurriaan's presentation here: https://prezi.com/tvkxbt9nsoib/conducttr-conference/
Jurriaan van Rijswijk, MSc, is the founding chairman of Games for Health Europe and CEO of Monpellier Venture, leading applied games solution in the Netherlands and beyond. He has been an Applied Game Architect for 20 years.
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