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Tuesday, August 16 • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Game Design: What does Power Sharing Look Like?

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How do we change game design so that the communities we reflect and serve, drive the design process. Learn how the Minnesota Historical Society worked with the Dakota community to develop the 4th and last hub for their ARIS game, “Play the Past.” Hear about the design process, challenges and rewards when creating a game WITH a community, not just FOR them.

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Rebecca Gillette

Digital Learning Specialist, Minnesota Historical Society
Rebecca Gillette, Digital Learning Specialist, has lead a number of digital projects at the Minnesota Historical Society over the past 5 years. She has created 2 place based mobile tours - the Minnesota State Fair & Minnesota River Byway mobile tours. Working with ARIS game developers, she has been a project team member of Play the Past since its inception with a specific focus on the classroom experience. She is currently the project lead for... Read More →


Tuesday August 16, 2016 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Industry (Main Room) - Union South

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