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Dominik Renzel <[log in to unmask]>
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2nd Call for Papers - Submission Deadline extended until October 8, 2010

The Third International Workshop on Story-Telling and Educational Games 
(STEG ’10)

	held in conjunction with

The 9th International Conference on Web-based Learning (ICWL ’10)

Shanghai, China
December 8-10, 2010

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Aims and Scope

Stories and story-telling are cultural achievements of significant 
relevance even in modern times. Nowadays, story-telling is being 
enhanced with the convergence of sociology, pedagogy, and technology. 
Recently, computer gaming is also deployed for educational purposes and 
has proved to be an effective approach to mental stimulation and 
intelligence development. Many conceptual similarities and some 
procedural correlation exist between story-telling and educational 
gaming. Therefore these two areas can be clubbed for research on 
Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL). Many facets of story-telling and 
educational gaming emulate real life processes, which can be represented 
either as complex story graphs or as interleaved sub-problems.

While the integration of learning and gaming provides a great 
opportunity, several motivational challenges must also be addressed to 
ensure successful realization. Non-linear digital stories are an ideal 
starting point for the creation of educational games, since each story 
addresses a certain problem, so that the story recipient can benefit 
from other users’ experiences. This leads to the development of more 
realistic stories providing the kernel for non-trivial educational 
videogames.  These stories cover the instructional part of an 
educational game, while the game adds the motivation and engagement part.

This workshop aims at bringing together researchers, experts and 
practitioners from the domains of non-linear digital interactive 
story-telling and educational gaming to share ideas and knowledge. There 
is a great amount of separate research in these two fields and the 
celebration of this workshop will allow the participants to discover and 
leverage potential synergies.

Workshop Topics

Workshop topics include, but are not limited to:

   * Theories in story-telling and games
   * Story-telling and educational game design paradigms
   * Augmented story-telling and gaming
   * Story-telling and educational gaming with social software
   * Mobile story-telling and educational gaming
   * Cross-media/transmedia story-telling and gaming
   * Computer gaming for story-telling (Game design for narrative 
   * Multimedia story and game authoring
   * Story-telling for creating educational game content
   * Story-telling and educational gaming applications

Important Dates

October 8, 2010: Paper Submission (Extended Deadline!)
October 22, 2010: Notification of Acceptance
November 12, 2010: Camera Ready Submission
December 8-10, 2010: Workshop Date


Authors are invited to submit original unpublished research as full 
papers (max. 10 pages) or work-in-progress as short papers (max. 5 
pages) according to the Springer LNCS format. All submitted papers will 
be peer-reviewed for originality, significance, clarity and quality. 
Accepted papers will be published online as part of the CEUR Workshop 
proceedings series. is a recognized ISSN publication series, 
ISSN 1613-0073.

To submit your paper please use the STEG submission website hosted at 


Yiwei Cao, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Emmanuel Stefanakis, Harokopio University of Athens, Greece
Stephan Lukosch, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
David Farrell, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
Dominik Renzel, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Program Committee

Alev Elci (Eastern Mediterranean University, Magusa, North Cyprus)
Amanda Gower (British Telecommunications plc, UK)
Anna Hannemann (RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany)
Bailing Zhang (Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia)
Baltasar Fernández Manjón (Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain)
Carlos Delgado Kloos (Carlos III University, Spain)
Carsten Ullrich (Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai, China)
Christian Guetl (Institute for Information Systems and Computer Media 
(IICM), Graz University of Technology, Austria)
Cord Hockemeyer (University of Graz, Graz, Austria)
Eeva Nygren (University of Eastern Finland, Finland)
Georg Thallinger (Joanneum Research, Graz, Austria)
Harald Kosch (University of Passau, Germany)
Helen Ashman (University of South Australia, Australia)
Jose Luis Sierra (Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain)
Manuel Fradinho (Cyntelix, Ireland)
Marc Spaniol (MPI, Saarbruecken, Germany)
Mathias Lux (Klagenfurt University, Austria)
Michael Granitzer (Know Center, Graz, Austria)
Michael Hausenblas (DERI, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland)
Michael D. Kickmeier-Rust (University of Graz, Graz, Austria)
Nalin Sharda (Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia)
Pablo Moreno-Ger (Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain)
Ralf Klamma (RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany)
Romulus Grigoras (ENSEEIHT, France)
Ronan Champagnat (La Rochelle University, La Rachelle, France)
Stamatia Dasiopoulou (ITI Thessaloniki, Greece)
Stefan Göbel (TU Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany)
Vincent Charvillat (ENSEEIHT, France)
Werner Bailer (Joanneum Research, Graz, Austria)
Wolfgang Gräther (Fraunhofer FIT, St. Augustin, Germany)