Kotaku reports: "It's a shame my summer is already booked up, because there's a couple of events I'd really like to be able to hit. The Games, Learning & Society Conference in Madison, Wisconsin (10-11 July) is one of those. According to their blurb, the conference is about "real-life people playing real-life video games, and what they learn from doing it; it fosters substantive discussion and collaboration among academics, designers, and educators interested in how game technologies -- commercial games and others -- can enhance learning, culture, and education." If you've got a paper you're sitting on, now is the time to submit it - submissions close on 31 March. Full details after the jump".