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Our Juvenile Justice System Project uses game design as a tool for system-involved teens to share their stories and co-design solutions. Here’s what’s to come. More »
Volume 3 of the Journal of Games, Self & Society (JGSS) will explore how games fuel connection and support learning. Abstracts are due by 10/19. More »
The second issue of the Journal of Games, Self, & Society contains peer-reviewed articles that amplify game studies that explore how games help us thrive. More »
The Journal of Games, Self, and Society is a peer-reviewed journal created to encourage interdisciplinary research and conversation around game studies. More »
Research, Conversation, and Community
Kelli N. Dunlap & Susan E. Rivers, Editors-in-Chief
This blog is an adapt… More »
Journal of Games, Self, & Society (JGSS), a peer-reviewed journal created and edited by iThrive Games and published… More »
UPDATE: We have extended the deadline for the new Games, Self, and Society, (edited by iThrive Games, in cooperation wi… More »
iThrive Games is excited to have a presence at two conferences this month. From Thursday, July 13 to Sunday, July 16, M… More »
UPDATE: Aug. 23, 2017. Please note that the deadline for submissions has been extended to Oct. 1, 2017.
iThrive Games,… More »
The halls were alive with the sound of electric guitars and dancing Pikachus...
...and amidst the levity and chaos, 28 … More »