We would like to invite you to join us at the Interactive Games and Technologies (ITAG) Conference, to be held at the Nottingham Council House on Thursday 22 – Friday 23 October 2015.
Join our community of like-minded professionals
The aim of the conference is to bring together researchers and practitioners to collaboratively share and develop interactive projects and resources in the areas of health, education and disability.
The conference features talks, presentations and workshops from a diverse range of innovative speakers and practitioners who will provide you with inspiration, ideas and practical resources to take back into the workplace.
Visit our website to download the full conference schedule.
“Interactive technologies and developmental disorders: Differences, needs and rewards”
Professor Kevin Durkin, University of Strathclyde
This presentation looks at how individuals with developmental disorders relate to new interactive technologies and considers their needs to make recommendations to achieve accessible solutions to promote well-being.
“Developing Natural user Interface Games for Health without coding”
Stephen Howell, Academic Engagement Manager, Microsoft
This presentation will show how the Xbox Kinect body tracking sensor can be programmed in a simple block based programming language (scratch) to create compelling interactive user experiences.
- Meurig Beynon, University of Warwick discusses his work on The Construit project
- Explore the path to optimum brain health with Kim Baden-Kristensen, CEO and founder of Brain+
Community practitioner presentations
- David Stewart, Head Teacher, Oakfield School and Sports College
- Pip Logan, Associate Professor in Community Rehabilitation, University of Nottingham
- Anthony Rhys, ICT Coordinator and Teacher, Trinity Fields School /Gesture SEN
- Michael Craven, Senior Research Fellow: Technology. University of Nottingham
- Zulfigar Khan, CEO, Great Health Care for the Community, Birmingham.
Book your ITAG Conference place
The conference includes refreshments, light lunch and an evening reception at the National Video Game Arcade.
We encourage you to share details of the conference with any colleagues who may share an interest in the area of interactive games and technologies.
Got a question
If you would like to find out more about the ITAG Conference, please contact us at email@example.com. For conference updates, please see the ITAG website or follow us on twitter @ITAGConf. Share the conversation using #ITAG15
We look forward to welcoming you to the ITAG community.
The ITAG Steering Group