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Apply Serious Games conference extended

Organisers of the ASG conference taking place this May have announced an extension to the event and confirmed two further keynote speeches from industry professionals in the serious games sector.

Organisers of the ASG conference taking place this May have announced an extension to the event and confirmed two further keynote speeches from industry professionals in the serious games sector.

Jeff Tseng, creative director of San Francisco-based Secret Level will provide attendees with insight into the creative and business perspective of taking a serious game and re-purposing it for the mass market consumer through a publisher.

Tseng will be joined by LearningLab and ADL director, Stephen Molyneux, who will discuss the effectiveness of serious games as a means of training. The conference currently has twenty confirmed speakers, and organisers expect to add many more in the coming weeks.

Taking place on May 25-26 at the Society of Chemical Industry in central London, the conference will feature a broad spectrum of speakers examining topics including sustainable communities, work-flow performance support, effective teams and leadership, experiential and informal learning and additional issues concerning the serious games community.

Additional information on the speakers, together with registration and sponsorship details for the event can be found by visiting the Apply Serious Games conference website.

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