Hi all,

In November 2008 as a speaker in the serious games category of the Montreal International Game Summit (MIGS) 2008, I presented the results of my doctoral dissertation on educational video game design. I believe that the research and creative methodology of my dissertation can be very useful in school, extracurricular (museum, cultural centre, etc.) and business contexts for equipping art, science and technology trainers, facilitators and instructors and such professionals in other fields conducive to the use of educational or serious games. I also believe that the web site presenting my work might be useful to your professional community working in game art & design, educational video game development, research and promotion.

Here is the link to MIGS 2008:
http://www.sijm.ca/2008/en-contributors-2.html

And the link to the Web version of my dissertation:
http://www.clikmedia.ca/CM/

I am available to answer your questions or to collaborate in the development of your professional and research community.

I was also wondering if you do have in mind a name that you could refer to me as someone who would be interested with this specific subject?

Sincerely,


René St-Pierre
M.A. Communication
Ph.D. Art Studies and Practices

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