I’m with Torrie. Where should the final paper go? It’s 12 pages with the Appendices, so seems kind of long to cut and paste here in the full class forum.
I want to thank you again for the amazing showing for our last class. There is a lot to be proud of, and I’ve really enjoyed telling my colleagues about what you all shared. Doug was touched that several of you drew on his presentation, and was excited by the design stories I shared back to him. We’d love to see your continued development of your designs if that work happens!
As for posts to wrap up the course, lets do this:
1) Post a 1-2 paragraph snippet from your paper about your game an inspiration.
2) Include links to your presentation, a pdf/google doc of your paper, and any game materials you feel comfortable sharing on the site.
3) If you are sharing materials, make a folder for your materials in the shared presentation folder with the format GameDesign-[Last Name]-[Game Title]
If you want to write a blog post about your experiences in your project, or any other story related to the mission of the Center for Games & Impact, I’d love to provide you that platform. For those of you looking for jobs in games, this is a good move for you in particular.
Generally, we would love to have students & colleagues using the gamesandimpact.org site as a way to participate in games culture. If you are interested in posting anything related to the mission please be in touch.
Lastly, while the class is now ending, please don’t hesitate to reach out in the future. I’ve enjoyed getting to know each of you, and hope to stay connected.