RPG (Role-Playing Game) Research - Role-Playing Game Research Archives Once Again Available to the Public

After extensive challenges with insurance companies (see earlier postings for explanations), we can finally once again re-open the 10,000+ content items in the world's largest free and open knowledge

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Thanks to the generous support of donors like our Patreon supporters, RPG Community Center supporters, and a big donation from Dimension 20 / College Humor Media / Dropout.tv, we can finally afford the added $1,300/yr) cyber liability libel coverage insurance (on top of the previous $7k+) we need to re-open the world's largest free and open knowledgebase on the effects and uses of all role-playing game formats: tabletop, live-action, electronic, and hybrids.


It will take us a few weeks for our 100% volunteer-staff to finish combing through the 10,000+ items to get everything switched back to public access, but we started the process, so expect those links to start working again soon!


If you get a dead link or login prompt for content you are attempting to access. Please contact our Support Help Desk so we can add it to our list of content to switch from private back to public access.


More information about our past insurance challenges:

https://rpgresearch.com/blog/blog-news-category/good-news-approval-received-to-resume-access-for-younger-and-older-players


Hawke Robinson

A Washington State Department of Health Registered Recreational Therapist with a background in Therapeutic Recreation, computer science, neuroscience, cognitive neuropsychology, research psychology, nursing, play therapy, education, and role-playing gaming.
Hawke Robinson has been involved with role-playing games in community settings since 1977. Studying methods for optimizing the experience of role-playing games since 1979. A paid professional game master since 1982. Studying the effects of role-playing games upon participants since 1983. Providing role-playing games in educational settings and for educational goals since 1985. Working with incarcerated populations since 1989. Researching and using role-playing games to achieve therapeutic goals for a wide range of populations from 2 years old through senior adults since 2004.
Founder and CEO of the non-profit 501(c)3 charitable research and human services organization, RPG Research.
Founder and President of the for-profit <https://rpgtherapy.com">RPG Therapeutics LLC and RPG.LLC.
Author of the RPG Professional Workbook available on Amazon.
Creator of the wheelchair accessible RPG Mobile fleet.
Founder of the RPG Museum.

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