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RPG Research 2015 Update

by Hawke Robinson published Jan 04, 2016 01:10 AM, last modified May 22, 2016 02:20 AM
Here is a video summary of the past year, and upcoming year, for the RPG Research Project.

Year-end status update for 2015. Includes many a thank you to all the people that have been so helpful with the many aspects of the research and goals. Includes information about the past year (a whirlwind of events!), and looking ahead to what is already in the queue for 2016.
http://www.rpgresearch.com
Research studies on the educational and therapeutic aspects of participation in role-playing games.

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Topics covered in video include:

  • VICE Media interviews and articles
  • Michael J. Tresca Interviews
  • #RPGNET Q&A
  • ZoeCon II Presentation
  • WSTRA 16 Seattle Children's Hospital Presentation
  • WorldCon 73 / Sasquan Presentations, panels, poster, etc.
  • Research projects status updates
  • & Much more! 

 

Related Links & References

This lists the links in order of mention in the video, and also includes additional links that didn't make it into the video before release:

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Music by Synthetic Zen (Hawke Robinson) - http://www.syntheticzen.com - "Alchemy Alpha Prime" from the upcoming "Zentropy" album.

Scheduled for release February 20th, 2016, through Indie Air Radio: http://www.indieairradio.com

The Donors List Update at this page: http://www.rpgtrailer.com/donors

 Thank you to the many anonymous donors and to:

  • Jason Alan McLain
  • Michael Auyan
  • Professor Sarah Lynne Bowman, PhD
  • Michael J. Tresca
  • John Muir
  • Barry Drake
  • Sandra Buskirk
  • Christopher Kelly
  • Daniel Goldman of Geekers Keep
  • Cliff & Rose
  • Synthetic Zen supporters

Thank you so much for all your support!

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