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Spreadable Jams: Implementing Social Scholarship through Remodeled Game Jam Paradigms
KULA knowledge creation dissemination and preservation studies
Game design communities often come together during 'Game Jams,' open social events in which game makers creatively respond to a design provocation by generating numerous prototypes over a short period of time. Such prototypes are often discussed between participants at the end of the event, then shared with a larger public audience. This fruitful process, which encourages collaborative sharing rather than competition between participants, differs in purpose, structure and outcome from manydoi:10.5334/kula.45 fatcat:hus2gkvfwbhojg4f75gcasd624