Game and Toy Enhanced Learning & Society (GTEL&S) SIG

The Asia-Pacific Region Game and Toy Enhanced Learning & Society (GTEL&S) special interest group (SIG) under the Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education (APSCE) aims to provide a platform for researchers who are interested in the use of game and toy technology in learning and training to share scholarly interests, experiences, and professional insights and resources; facilitate collaborations among researchers around the world; have clear channels to access information of jobs, funding opportunities, and potential collaborations; and, get researchers who are interested involved in the conference/workshop organization, journal editorial, and academic paper reviewing.
Chair: Maiga Chang (Canada)

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**Please note that being a member of GTEL&S SIG doesn't need to be a member of APSCE but also means that you are NOT automatically become an APSCE member.

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Member List (last member status update is on March 5, 2017)