Say Cheese!: Games for Successful Academic and Student Networking

@inproceedings{Collins2016SayCG,
  title={Say Cheese!: Games for Successful Academic and Student Networking},
  author={Emily Collins and Anna L. Cox and Frank J. Lee},
  booktitle={CHI PLAY},
  year={2016}
}
Networking is a vital but stressful aspect of academic life, one which digital games may be able to make more playful. Existing examples of networking games require players to interact as part of the game-play, and therefore do not bypass the stressful part of networking. In contrast, many other games successfully encourage interaction between players whilst avoiding causing stress to the players. Flashbulb is a networking game that only requires a photograph of another player to be taken in… CONTINUE READING
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