Workshop for Curriculum and Instructional Designers Offered At Serious Play Conference in August in Seattle

SEATTLE, June 28, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- A one-day workshop for instructional designers and curriculum designers who are interested in designing serious games will be offered at Serious Play Conference, on Monday, Aug. 19, 2013 at DigiPen Institute of Technology in Redmond, Wash.

Faculty members who teach game design and professionals who create games for various markets will share tips on making effective games for learning and training. The workshop is aimed toward IDs, curriculum and game designers interested in creating games for schools, healthcare organizations, corporations, military or government.

Industry leaders who create games for learning and training will be present including:

  • Jonathan Barone, University of Washington
  • Tobi Saulnier, 1st Playable
  • Daniel Siegel, Full Sail University
  • Bob Waddington, SimQuest
  • Richard Boyd, Singularity Capital
  • Laura Lynn Gonzalez, Dynamoid Apps
  • Chris Ozeroff, Serious Labs
  • Sheryl Flynn, Blue Marble Games

Professionals can register for this workshop through the SPC website. Passes start at $200. The main conference for school administrators and heads of serious games programs in corporations, healthcare and government takes place Tuesday - Thursday, August 20 - 22, 2013. Sign up for the Serious Games Association for $35 and get another $50 off the price of a main conference or combo package.

For more information on this year's specialized workshops, visit:

Media Contact: Melissa Alvarado, The Bohle Company, (310)785-0515 x 207,

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