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Proceedings of the 2nd Research support games day (RSGD #2).


George Bray

Valerie McCutcheon


Game-based learning provides a way to engage researchers on potentially complex or dry topics, in a way that is casual, interactive and effective. Many games have been developed to enable research support services to educate their researchers about various things, ranging from copyright and licensing, through to Open Access and research data management. The aim of this event is to provide attendees with the opportunity to learn more about educational games, to discuss the challenges involved in game development, and to discover games that are already out there and available to use.


BRAY, G. and MCCUTCHEON, V. (eds.) 2020. Proceedings of the 2nd Research support games day (RSGD #2), 8 December 2020, [virtual event]. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from:

Presentation Conference Type Other
Conference Name 2nd Research support games day (RSGD #2)
Conference Location [virtual event]
Start Date Dec 8, 2020
Deposit Date Dec 15, 2020
Publicly Available Date Dec 15, 2020
Keywords Research support; Games-based learning; Educational games; Researcher training; Researcher skills; Pedagogy
Public URL
Additional Information Some of the materials associated with this output refer to a shared list of games and games-related resources. This list is currently available from: (last checked 2022-02-18).


BRAY 2020 Proceedings of RSGD2 (PART 5 - v2) (205.8 Mb)


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Version 2 - Updated README file, recording and additional slides.

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