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  • 30 May 2023 by DigiBC

    Members of DigiBC invite people in the creative technology industry who were recently impacted by layoffs to the DigiBC Career Fair. Employers and recruiters will be on hand, discussing open roles and opportunities with those looking to take the next step in their careers. This is free to attend but you must register in advance.

    Studios currently confirmed include Blackbird Interactive, EA Sports, East Side Games, Gasket Games, Kano, Klei Entertainment, Next Level Games, Offworld Industries, Phoenix Labs, SkyBox Labs, The Coalition, Timbre Games, and more to be announced.




  • 18 May 2023 by DigiBC

    Are you looking for a unique and creative technology-focused summer camp for your teenager? 
    The Centre for Digital Media’s Summer Bootcamps are two-week intensive camps designed for high school students (15-18 yrs old) with artistic or technical interests who want to explore educational and career opportunities in the video game design and immersive technologies industries.

    Game Design Bootcamp
    Extended Reality Bootcamp

    3D Asset Creation Bootcamp

    July 31 – August 11, 2023
    Monday to Friday, 9am-3pm
    Location: Vancouver


    Deadline: June 2, 2023


  • 03 May 2023 by DigiBC

    The GAmes for Rehabilitation DEsign Nexus (GARDEN) project is conducting a study to develop a conceptual framework for designing rehabilitation games. They are currently looking to recruit a diverse group of participants (end-users, game designers & developers, rehabilitation experts) who are enthusiastic about the idea of creating games specifically as therapy to help them refine the framework. 

    What is the purpose of this study?
    The purpose of this study is to refine GARDEN Framework with a broad panel of experts in rehabilitation, game design, and end-users of games for rehabilitation through an online consensus process. The goal is to ensure the GARDEN Framework is a clear, meaningful, and useful tool for designing and communicating among stakeholders of rehabilitation games.

    Who are they looking for?

    • Video game designers and developers

    • People who have used video games for managing or improving health

    • Rehabilitation experts (physical and occupational therapists, rehabilitation researchers, speech therapists)

    What does participation look like?

    • The study will begin May 15 and take between 3-5 months
    • Commit to 1-1.5 hours/month for the duration of the study
    • Participants will take part in a process to build consensus that involves watching a video overview of the draft framework that explains the ideas and structure, followed by several rounds of feedback from yourself and revisions by the research team
    • Your feedback will involve an online survey with items (e.g. agree/disagree) and open-ended questions (e.g. how would you clarify this)
    • Participants will receive a $30 gift card for each survey they complete (2-4 total)


    Registration Info