For a companion to the retrospective, we invite authors to submit essays that articulate how games have been a part of their pandemic experience, and the value and role games have had in their lives this past year. By analyzing these gameplay experiences, we hope to highlight how much games can matter.
The theme of our next issue is games as fuel for connection and transformation for teens. Abstracts should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 11:59 PM ET on November 20, 2020.
The ETC Press and its ETC Press: Single imprint is very proud to announce the release of Dana Gold’s game, Broke, and the accompany single Broke: How I Made Poverty a Game. Along with her book, you can also purchase the board game or a mobile version of the game, which was developed—in part—at the Entertainment Technology Center.
The ETC Press is proud to release iThrive’s Journal of Games, Self, & Society, Vol. 1, No. 2, edited by Susan Rivers PhD. and Kelli Dunlap PsyD.
The ETC Press is proud to announce the release of Creating Breakthrough Products: Innovation, Product Design, Service Design, Value Opportunity Analysis, Integrated Design Methods (Special Second Edition), by Jonathan Cagan & Craig. M. Vogel.
The ETC Press is proud to announce the release of Analog Game Studies, Vol. 4, edited by Aaron Trammell, Evan Torner, Emma Leigh Waldron, & Shelly Jones.
The ETC Press is proud to announce the release of the Proceedings of the 2019 Connected Learning Summit, edited by Jeremiah H. Kalir and Danielle Filipiak.
The ETC Press is proud to announce the release of the Transactions of the Digital Games Research Association: Selected Articles from DiGRA Italia (Vol. 5, No. 1), edited by Paolo Ruffino.
For this special issue we invite experiential play-throughs, theoretical papers, critical analyses, and post-mortems by practitioners, across domains from around the world, that explore the many facets of live, interactive experiences.
The ETC Press is proud to announce the release of Learn Work Play: Twenty Years of ETC Stories edited by Sarah Rafson, Ilana Curtis, & Brad King.