Picteilín 2016 Creative Media and Game Studies Conference: Narrative, Interactivity, and Emergent Digital Practices.

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Picteilín 2016 Creative Media and Game Studies Conference

Conference Theme: Narrative, Interactivity, and Emergent Digital Practices
January 22nd, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dublin Rd., Louth
Venue: P1081, 1139 & 1135 PJ Carroll Building

 

9.40-10.00
Conference Opening
Dr Bob McKiernan

10.00-10.30
“The Game Did Not Take Place.”
Alan Hook, University of Ulster

10.30-11.00
“Space, place and stories: Exploring non-heterosexual youth and their internet usage in Ireland.”
Kirsty Park, Dublin City University

11.00-11.30
“CsoundUnity”
Rory Walsh, DkIT

11.30
Break

12.00-12.30
“Ciaran Carson: The Game in the Text.”
Danielle Barrios-O’Neill

12.30-1.00
“Performing in the City.”
Marcos Dias, DkIT

 


1.00-2.00
Lunch


 

Stream A: Creative Pedagogies and Transformative Work Practices

 2.00-2.30
“Approaches to Team Work in Game Design Education.”
John Healy, Dublin Institute of Technology

2.30-3.00
“Designing Technology Enhanced Formative Assessments to Improve Student Engagement and Learning.”
Colin Cooney, DkIT

 


 

Stream B: Film Research

 3.00-3.30
“You’ve made a doc, so now what?  Direct distribution models for independent documentary filmmaking.”
Sarah McCann, Little Road Productions

3.30
Break

3.45-4.15
“Investigating LGBT representations in Irish cinema.”
Adam McElligott, DkIT

 



Stream C:
Game Research

 2.00-2.30
“Usability Testing of Game Controllers.”
Gareth Young, University College Cork

2.30-3.00
“Animal Computer Interaction as Speculative and Critical Design Practice.”
Alan Hook, Lancaster University

3.00-3.30
“An Interactive Virtual Reality Game-Based Educational Application for Cystic Fibrosis.”
Tamara Vagg, University College Cork

3.30
Break

3.45-4.15
“Measuring Game-Based Learning of Boolean Logic through Puzzle Interactions in a Minecraft World.”
Aaron Bolger, University College Cork

4.15-4.45
“The Dyadic Construction of Narrative in the Videogame.”
Ryan Young, Ulster University

 


 

4.45-5.00
Conference Close