Human-Computer Interaction group to host DiGRAA 2021

25 November 2020

DiGRAA 2020 logo

We are delighted to announce that the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) group at The University of Melbourne will be hosting the 2021 National Conference for the Digital Games Research Association of Australia (DiGRAA).

This conference brings together junior and senior games studies researchers from across the country - and the region - to discuss games studies research from diverse, vibrant, and interdisciplinary perspectives.

In 2014, HCI hosted the first DiGRAA conference on campus at The University of Melbourne. In 2021, the conference will be fully online, with submission options ranging from a simple abstract to a full paper.
Submissions to the conference are currently being accepted, and will be open until Friday November 27th.The conference will be chaired by Dr Melissa Rogerson and Associate Professor Martin Gibbs.

DiGRAA 2021 call for papers