Last Call to Abstract Paper Submission to ITAG

No One Left Behind with its partner Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is calling your attention for the approaching of the extended abstract paper and poster submissions deadline: Friday 20 May 2016.

The Interactive Technologies And Games Conference (ITAG) that will happen during 26-27 Oct. 2016, hosted by NTU, is a platform with particular focus on gamifications which have potential impact in multifaceted areas. It provides a channel to an interesting, easily engaged and interacted approach to Education, Health and Disability.

ITAG is a conference with low entrance fee to include not only high-profile researchers, technical experts but also practitioners, teachers, trainers, clinicians, members of the public, games and education companies with an interest in these topics. It’s a place intends to fertilize ideas, create new opportunities, and innovative future projects and partnerships.

In spirit of ITAG, it collects papers and workshop activity ideasi before the conference. The abstract versions are intended to be submitted through TIAGE on-line portal before 20 May, 2016, this FRIDAY! If anyone of you, no matter what you do, as long as you have new ideas about how to make an impact in the field of Education, Health and Clinicians, you are still welcomed to submit your abstract paper!

The conference encourages multidisciplinary papers and examples of themes and topics include, but are not restricted to:

* Games for Education, Health and Wellbeing

* Assistive Technologies, The Internet of Things, Location based Games, Robotics, Augmented and Virtual Reality, Serious Games and Mobile and Wearable  Systems all in a health, education and wellbeing context

* User Centred Design, Co-Design, Participatory Design, Accessibility and Making  all in a health, education and wellbeing context

* Technology to support interaction: including natural user interaction, multimodal interaction, BCIs, NeuroGaming

* Games and Psychology: Player typologies and identities, psychosocial implications, Psychology of game design.


For more information, please visit: http://itag.org.uk/call-for-papers/


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