Gaming Community of Interest

CASL is devoted to leveraging the gaming community’s best practices and methodology. By bringing experts together from public and private sectors, CASL serves as a focal point of academic gaming development.  CASL’s gaming “Community of Interest” is a  forum for practitioners and scholars to exchange ideas and compare notes about issues relating to game design, the use of games for analytical and teaching purposes, and interesting projects in the field.

Events:

Connections Conference: Annual conference dedicated specifically to advance the field of war gaming. Brings together all elements of the field so participants can exchange information on achievements, best practices and needs.

Lecture Series: Bi-monthly lectures by thought-leaders in the field of gaming to explore core issues in the field.  The program is aimed at increasing the educational opportunities for game designers, as well as creating a forum for cross-institutional dialogue on techniques and best practices. 

Roundtables: Quarterly series of Roundtables on Innovation in Strategic Gaming – a regular forum for practitioners and scholars to exchange ideas and compare notes about issues relating to game design, the use of games for analytical and teaching purposes, and interesting projects in the field.