Organizers of the Learning and Entertainment Evolution Forum 2010
have revealed two keynote speakers for the upcoming Harrisburg University event focusing on serious games, simulations, and virtual worlds.
Mike Cuffe, vice president at the University of Farmers, Claims, will speak on June 17th about creating educational games and simulations for learning environments.
Jerry Heneghan, managing director of Virth Heroes' Division of Applied Research Associates, will head a session exploring the blend of instructional design, game design, and cognitive task analysis that drives successful serious game development.
The Learning and Entertainment Evolution Forum 2010 will also feature technology case studies, hands-on software demonstrations, and an exhibitors' area allowing for one-on-one discussions and networking opportunities.
The Learning and Entertainment Evolution Forum 2010 will be held on June 17th and 18th at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology in Pennsylvania. Registration is open at the Forum's official website