René Saint-Pierre has been developing and applying a research/design methodology involving digital technologies for more than twenty years. His early explorations involved computer-assisted musical orchestration (MIDI), theatre, performance and other multimedia events. He then offered his services to the cultural and corporate sectors by participating in the design and production of audiovisual documents, media arts installations, interactive terminals, CD-ROMs and websites. In 1999, he completed his Masters in Communications at UQAM with an interactive multimedia project on the life and work of sculptor Armand Vaillancourt. In 2007, he obtained a Doctorate in Art Studies and Practices from the UQAM School of Visual and Media Arts. His thesis proposed a research/design methodology for the design and writing of educational video games. René Saint-Pierre has also taught design and multimedia development and production techniques at the college and university level for 8 years. He is currently involved in post-doctoral studies to further develop and share his research hypotheses with the international community of researchers and practitioners working in the emerging field of serious games.
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