Game Developer. Product Architect. Technology Enthusiast

Category: Events

Gamification in Education at EduTech 2020

I am speaking at IAMAI’s EduTech 2020 tomorrow in a panel discussion on “Gamification in Education“. My fellow panelists are Sebastian Gutmann (Co-Founder & CEO, Playvolution), Lalit Singh (MD, McGraw Hill India & South Asia), Prof. (Dr) Tabrez Ahmed (Pro Vice Chancellor & Dean – GD Goenka University), and Kunal Gandhi (Co-Founder & CEO, Logic Roots).

I would be talking about my experiences with building gamified experiences for our different non-profit partners at Hashstash, including our latest project on Human Rights and Freedom of Expression. I would also talk about our recently announced partnership with KPMG, where we will be juicing up sustainability reports and social impact communications for brands and corporates.

I will share a video of the session, when they put one out.

Banglore Trip: June 7-11

I am traveling to Bangalore from June 7th to 11th. While, the specific days, 7th and 11th, will be wasted in traveling; I hope to finish a lot of work on 9th and meet the family on the 10th.

On 8th, I will be participating at the Let the Games Begin event organized by kstart (Kalaari Capital), where I will be a design mentor helping out participating teams with designing their games better.

If you are in and around Bangalore during that time, let’s catch up!

Doing effective research over the Internet at Center for Civil Society, June 10, 2011

I am talking a small session for Researchers at Center for Civil Society (New Delhi), on June 10th 2011. The agenda of the session is to how these researchers can use web based tools for effective and efficient data collection over the internet. What are some of the specialised tools for researchers on the internet and how can general websites be convertned into weapons of mass destructions.

In my talk ‘Data – Internet – > Informaton: Doing Effective Research over the Internet’, I will focus on how the Internet collects data and how we can find suitable data for our researches; what are the various tools that can help us do it; some tricks that can be helpful; and how to use the Internet to process this raw data into meaningful information.

The Centre for Civil Society is an independent, non-profit, research and educational organisation devoted to improving the quality of life for all citizens of India by reviving and reinvigorating civil society. More on: http://www.ccsindia.org/

You can see the presentation embedded below. I will try and get video/pictures from the presentation up here too.

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