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Scholarly Works

David Schwartz
Associate Professor

2012 Submissions

Book Chapter

Selinger, Evan, et al. "Using Sustainability Games to Elicit Moral Hypotheses From Scientists and Engineers." Rethinking Climate Change Research: Clean-Technology, Culture, and Communication. Ed. Jespersen Per Homann, Soren Riis, and Pernille Almlund. London, UK: Ashgate, 2012. 117-139. Print. * ∆

Published Conference Proceedings

Critelli, Matt, David I. Schwartz, and Steven Gold. "Serious Social Games: Designing a Business Simulation Game." Proceedings of the Games Innovation Conference (IGIC). Ed. Al Biles. Rochester, NY: IEEE, 2012. Web. *

Pan, Yin, et al. "Game-based Forensics Course For First Year Students." Proceedings of the SIGITE 12, Proceedings of the 13th annual conference on David I. Schwartz Curriculum Vitae p. 3 of 20 Information technology education. Ed. ACM. NY, NY: ACM, 2012. Web. *

Invited Presentations/Keynotes

Schwartz, David I. "Marketing Your Games." Rochester Sci-Fi Convention. Rochester Sci-Fi Convention. Rochester, NY. 22 Sep. 2012. Guest Lecture.

Published Game, Application or Software

Schwartz, David I., et al. Game. Facebook. StoreWorld. 2012. ˜ † ≠

2011 Submissions

Book Chapter

Schwartz, David I. and Jessica Bayliss. "The Ethics of Reverse Engineering of Game Technology." Designing Games for Ethics: Models, Techniques and Frameworks. Ed. Karen Schrier. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2011. 110-127. Print. «

Schwartz, David I. and Jessica Bayliss. "Unifying Instructional and Game Design." Handbook of Research on Improving Learning and Motivation through Educational Games. Ed. Patrick Felicia. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2011. 192-214. Print. «

Invited Presentations/Keynotes

Schwartz, David I. "Breaking Into The Game Industry." Videogame Mania. The National Museum of Play. The National Museum of Play, Rochester, NY. 5 Nov. 2011. Lecture. ∆

Schwartz, David I. "Breaking Into The Game Industry." Rochester Sci-Fi/Anime Convention. Rochester Sci-Fi/Anime Convention. Rochester Sci-Fi/Anime Convention, Rochester, NY. 25 Sep. 2011. Guest Lecture. ∆

Journal Paper

Schwartz, David I. "Teaching Students to Make Alternative Game Controllers." Journal of Game Design and Development Education. (2011): 18-24. Web. *

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Ey, M., J. Pietruch, and D. I. Schwartz. “Oh-No! Banjo.” A Case Study in Alternative Game Controllers, Proceedings of Future Play 2010, 2010. 215-218. Print. ≠ *