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Working on RPG Research Presentation Videos

by Hawke Robinson published Mar 24, 2016 11:30 AM, last modified Mar 24, 2016 11:30 AM
I am now working on a presentation video from the PNWATRA conference.

Since they were unable to provide a recording of my presentation at the Pacific Northwest American Therapeutic Recreation Association 2016 conference, about "The Use of Role-Playing Games as an Intervention Modality for Individuals & Groups From a Therapeutic Recreation Perspective", I am creating a video of the presentation with voice-over that will be uploaded to this website and the RPG Research Project Youtube Channel.

This will be the full-length, unedited presentation, spanning about 2 hours!

After this is complete, I will attempt to edit the video down into smaller sectional videos around 5 to 15 minutes each.

This is all in preparation for:

1. 8 Page Peer-reviewed Paper for Pre-Conference at Texas State University in May (and related video)

2. Presentation for Washington State Therapeutic Recreation Association 17th Annual Conference for Eastern Washington University

3. Round Table Discussion for Living Games Conference in Austin, Texas.

NOTE: These will be the final conferences I will participate in until I complete my degree, 2 internships (16 week RT & 10 week Psych) and certification (CTRS - Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist). I hope to resume accepting speaking opportunities around the world in late 2017, until then most other projects not related to finishing the degree and certification will be on hold.

Thank you for your support, understanding, and patience.

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