Do you want to be part of a testing group for the development of a computer game about expressing uncertainty and making decisions?
This is something for you who
- Has an ability to give constructive feedback on your experience of playing a simple computer game
- A tiny interest in knowing more about how to guess with uncertainty and choose between decisions where there is uncertainty (only applicable for those attending the meeting, which now is over).
Gaming for uncertainty is an ideation project at Lund University financed by Climate-KIC with the aim to develop an entertaining game that motivates people to want to learn more about what it means to express uncertainty and make decisions. The game include simple daily life problems and a case-study related climate change adaptation.
We seek independent reference persons who can test the prototypes for the game developed within the project.
As participant of the group you are expected test and provide feedback on game prototypes via internet during the period 1 – 22 December.
Sign up your interest on this link https://goo.gl/forms/0GfojHwFxSdI5DPy1 and we will contact you.
Contact: Ullrika Sahlin Centre for Environmental and Climate Research, Ullrika.Sahlin@cec.lu.se