Dr Bronwin Patrickson has been awarded the IAMC 2020 Climate Communication Award

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Dr Bronwin Patrickson, AoF Research Fellow for Impact and Evaluation has been awarded The International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMC) 2020 Climate Communication Award. The Award will fund an impact study of the Indigenous video game, Never Alone/Kisima Inŋitchuŋabased on the traditional Iñupiaq tale, "Kunuuksaayuka". 

Dr Bronwin Patrickson has recently edited a special issue of the open access Digital Culture and Education journal exploring Eco-pedagogy and Digital Nature Connections. The special issue includes Bronwin's video conference paper on Agency and Interspecies Connections in the video game Shelter (embedded at the bottom of the introduction page), originally presented at 2019 ASLE-UKI Conference in Plymouth, UK. In collaboration with Michael Pierre-Johnson, Bronwin has also published a book chapter entitled "Playful Design Manifesto for Creative Blockchain Ecosystems", in Managing Digital Open Innovation. 

You can see all of Dr Bronwin Patrickson's research outputs here and details about the award on The International Association for Media and Communication Research.

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