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Karin Slegers <[log in to unmask]>
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Karin Slegers <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 24 Jul 2017 08:15:58 +0000
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We are happy to announce a call for chapters for an edited book on 'research games'. This book is one of the results of a successful workshop<> at CHI 2016 and will be published in the Springer Human-Computer Interaction Series<>. It explicitly aims to reveal bridging concepts and presenting methods for introducing the application of game elements and game design principles to research in the field of HCI. The book will focus on how game design elements can be used to improve HCI research and how such elements can become part of the different phases in human-centered and participatory design. The book will focus on both, complete 'research games' and on the use of single game design elements in research.

At first, we ask interested authors to submit a chapter proposal. Deadline for this is September 1st.

For more information on the book and on how to submit a chapter proposal, please find our call here<>.

Kind regards,

Karin Slegers (Mintlab, KU Leuven)
Bernhard Maurer (Center for HCI, University of Salzburg)
Lizzy Bleumers (SMIT, VUB)
Alina Krischkowsky  (Center for HCI, University of Salzburg)
Mark Blythe (Northumbria School of Design, Northumbria University)

        Karin Slegers
Assistant professor & senior researcher

[]                                                 Meaningful Interactions Lab (Mintlab)
KU Leuven - imec

        Parkstraat 45 bus 3605, 3000 Leuven, Belgium
T. +32 16 32 36 52<>


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