RPG Role-Playing Game Research Project Community Website
May 26, 2015 12:18 PM
Beginning in 1985, and formalized in 2004, The RPG Research Project is a global and interdisciplinary community effort to research the effects of role-playing games (RPGs) in all formats: tabletop (TRPG), live-action (LARP), computer-based (CRPG), & solo adventures (CYOA). This open community website was created in 2004 as a central repository for past, current, and future research. Additional focus includes studies on the therapeutic and educational aspects of RPGs. The community is welcomed and encouraged to contribute to this site through the many resources provided, including document archives, forum bulletin board, chat rooms, audio & video archives, polls, surveys, and more.
About The RPG Research Project, the RPG Research community, contact information, staff information, legal disclaimers, FAQs, and related resources.
Less formal updates than the News section about therapeutic and educational aspects of role-playing games. See Disclaimers portion of website for reminders. Postings in this Blog section are usually much more casual than the News or Documents areas, but they help the community stay more active, vibrant, and informed.
Forum, chat, links, discussions, and other community resources.
Research documents, audio & video files, primary and secondary sources, etc.