EHS Professor selected to speak at Gaming Conference

Congratulations to Dr. Bob DeSchutter for being selected to speak about his work on games and aging at the main conference of the Game Developers Conference.

You can view his trailer for the talk here:

In February, Bob also traveled to Montreal where he did an invited keynote and workshop at Concordia university on the topic of games and aging. Find out more about his talks at the links below:

Never too old to become a video game maker
http://www.concordia.ca/cunews/main/stories/2016/02/11/never-too-old-to-become-a-video-game-maker-seniors-workshop.html

Never Too Old To Play: Intergenerational video game design workshop
http://www.concordia.ca/cuevents/finearts/2016/02/13/intergenerational-video-game-design-workshop.html

ACT Project Concordia Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/ACTProjectConcordia/

Bob also he runs the Oxford Adult Gamers Club, a group of adult players (typically 50+ year old) who meet regularly at Miami University’s Oxford, OH campus to play digital games together and learn about gaming culture.

Best of luck to you this week, Bob!

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