We hope you will join us November 7-9 for one of the best conferences going!
NASAGA has been around since 1962 and each year, the annual conference offers a grand time of learning, gaming, and networking. Whether it is the seriousness of serious play, or the epiphanies of short jolts, or the excitement of complex simulations, NASAGA has always been about applying games and simulations in business, schools, and non-profits. It’s all about application!
This year’s theme is:
PLAY TO PERFORM: USING GAMES, SIMULATIONS, AND OTHER ACTIVITIES TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE.
There are three tracks. Your submittal must fit into one of the three. Your session will be for 75 minutes.
- DESIGNING GAMES AND SIMULATIONS
- DELIVERING GAMES AND SIMULATIONS
- EVALUATING THE USE OF GAMES AND SIMULATIONS
All proposals must be submitted via this form by June 1, 2019. Proposals will be reviewed and answers given by June 30. All sessions should be interactive. Meaning lectures should be kept to a minimum and the session should be activities-based. If you have any questions about the format, please contact the conference chair, Matthew Richter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If we accept your proposal, you will be given two weeks to confirm your attendance at the conference. All presenters are expected to pay the conference fee ($300). NASAGA is a not-for-profit and the annual conference is relatively small. So, presenters, board members, organizers, etc. pay to attend to we can continue to create the best possible event for all. Travel and other expenses are also your responsibility.
Having said that, it is indeed an honor to have you consider presenting at the annual conference. We look forward to you joining us in November!