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Proposed presidential budget cuts could hurt game development and education

The proposed budget put forth by President Trump yesterday could hurt educational game development programs that rely on funds from the National Endowment for the Arts. …


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Blog: Gamification and artificial intelligence in game education

What do you get when you cross gamification with a university course on game artificial intelligence? The best course ever, that’s what. …


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Step up your teaching game by attending GDC 2017′s Education Summit

Don’t miss out on these great education-focused talks that will be taking place during the Education Summit at GDC 2017 later this month! …


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Some for-profit game dev programs earn ‘F’ from U.S. Department of Education

A number of game schools and programs have been named in the U.S. Department of Education’s final debt-to-earnings report, and while there are some that pass, there are others that fail to make the grade. …


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Living Computer Museum rebrands to focus on hands-on dev education

Seattle’s Living Computer Museum is changing its name and revamping its facilities to focus not just on teaching computing technology, but how to use it to visitors’ own ends — including game dev. …


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Blog: How to improve education with game tutorials

Today’s post looks at how game tutorials teach people new concepts, and what that could mean for education with the right understanding. …


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US gov’t re-ups interest in game education funding with $583K for MassDiGI

The US Economic Development Administration has renewed its five-year grant awarded to the MassDiGI program at Becker College in Worcester, Massachusetts. …


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Blog: What education needs to learn from Pokemon Go

“Education is one of the few facets of modern life that has very little digital connection, and yet could potentially benefit the most from it. This must change.” …


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Early access version of Minecraft: Education Edition launches for free

Following a beta program featuring over 100 schools from 30 countries, the early access version of Minecraft: Education Edition has been made available for free for educations around the world.  …


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Bringing developers into into game education

“I’ve worked as a programmer for a couple of high profile companies … So when I shifted career and started teaching at Staffordshire University I set to getting the games industry itself involved.” …


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