Are you interested in how destinations can use playful thinking for tourism planning? How can become more aware of the issues and complexities involved with urban tourism planning.
Within this webinar we reflect on how serious gaming can stimulate participatory urban tourism planning. Get ready for a play & learn session with This Is CBN Science.
Date: Thursday March 4 from 14:00 to 15:00
Dr. Jessika Weber Sabil is senior researcher at the Faculty of Digital Entertainment at BUas under the professorship of Applied Games, Innovation and Society of Breda University of Applied Sciences, where she conducts research on games with the focus on tourism systems and experience design. Her research explores (mobile) location-based AR games for experience enhancement, the application of serious games to understand complex systems and games to facilitate creative processes.
Jessika holds a PhD from Bournemouth University, where she explored the game experiences of tourists with location-based augmented reality games in urban environments and a master from the University of Applied Sciences Salzburg on Tourism and Innovation Management. She is a member of the International Federation for Information Technology in Travel and Tourism (IFITT), Digital Games Research Group (DiGRA) and the Interaction Design Foundation.
How to signup:
1) Join our online community at thisis.cbnet.com.
2) Register your name and email.
3) Go to “Events” and find “Playful Destinations – Tourism Planning though games”
4) Click “RSVP I’m going.” You will receive an email 15 minutes before the event starts.