Since December of 2009, CASL has organized and hosted a quarterly series of Roundtables on Innovation in Strategic Gaming. In doing so, we have created 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.
Each roundtable invites a few speakers to present short, informal, talks on some aspect of strategic-level games to spark discussion among the group. We hope that the connections built through these events serve to build links and expand the discourse between the disparate elements of the gaming community.The meetings last two hours and be held quarterly. Please feel free email us for an invitation – we’re hoping this will be a means of getting to know and building lasting professional connections between gamers.
Past Speakers from:
- Naval War College
- U.S. Institute of Peace
- Center for Naval Analyses
- Office of the Secretary of Defense
- University of Maryland
- Johns Hopkins University
- McGill University
… and many other institutions with deep roots in strategic gaming.