Invited Talks/Workshops

  • Pivec, M., Pivec, P. (2010) Workshop at Buchklub Steiermark, 8. Oct. 2010, Frauenalpe, Murau, Austria
  • Co-organizer and panel presenter at the Round table on Increasing Mainstreaming of Games In Learning Policies with special focus on adult and life long learning sector sector. 17. May, 2010, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Pivec, M., Pivec, P. (2009) Engage Game Based Learning Workshop at Online Educa, December 2nd 2009, Berlin, Germany
  • Pivec, P. (2009) Moderator for Imagine Academic Panel  at ECGBL 2009 on Game-based Learning, October 12, Graz, Austria
  • Pivec, P. (2008). Invited speaker for Panel on “Game-based Learning”. Online-Educa 13th International Conference on Technology Supported Learning and Training. December, 2008, Berlin, Germany.
  • Kearney, P. (2007). Invited speaker for Panel on “Game-based Learning”. Online-Educa 13th International Conference on Technology Supported Learning and Training. November 28 – 30, 2007, Berlin, Germany
  • Kearney, P. (2007). Invited speaker for Panel on “Game-based Learning”. MODSIM World Conference. September 11 – 13, 2007, Virginia Beach, USA
  • Kearney, P. & Pivec, M. (2006). Game-Based and Innovative Learning Approaches: A Symposium in conjunction with SIG-GLUE. Synposium to be held at the AACE World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (ED-MEDIA 2006), Orlando, Florida.
  • Pivec, M. & Kearney, P. (2006). Workshop on “Game-based Learning” (14-17 June 2006) Eden 2006 Annual Conference (E-Competencies for Life, Employment and Innovation), Vienna, Austria
  • Kearney, P. (2006). Game therapy: Learning from games. Guest Lecture: FH Joanneum, University of Applied Science, Graz, Austria.
  • Kearney, P. (2006). Game therapy: Game-based learning versus learning from games. Guest Lecture: Karl-Franzen University, School of Psychology, Graz, Austria.
  • Wenborn, S. (Writer) (2006). Teenagers Earning Virtual Fortunes. In S. Wenborn (Producer), Close Up. New Zealand: Television One.
  • Dye, S. (2005, 3rd September). Computer shoot-up games set young minds firing: Research by Unitec computing lecturer Paul Kearney. New Zealand Herald.
  • Gillespie, R. (Writer) (2005). Cognitive abilities from computer games: Research by Unitec computing lecturer Paul Kearney. In R. Gillespie (Producer), Breakfast Show. New Zealand: Television One.
  • Kearney, P. (2005). Earthrace: Students assist with 3D technology. Advance, Winter Edition.
  • Kearney, P. (2005). Developing games with Macromedia Director. Guest Lecture: Wairiki Polytechnic, Rotorua, New Zealand.
  • Kearney, P. (2005). Research in game development: Caves and labs around the globe. Guest lecture: NZ Game Developers Association – Student Chapter, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Kearney, P. (2005). Getting into game development: Skills that you need. Guest lecture: Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minnesota, USA.
  • Smith, K. (Writer) (2005). An interview with Researcher Paul Kearney, Kerri Smith Live. New Zealand: Radio Live.
  • Ward, G. (Writer) (2005). An interview with Researcher Paul Kearney, Saturday Mornings. New Zealand: Newstalk ZB.
  • Kearney, P. (2004). UniCave: Games research laboratory. In Unison.