Nearly 20,000 people got an idea of what Madison could offer to the field of educational games over the last few days.
That's how many new visitors our coverage of last Thursday's public forum with three UW-Madison game researchers
brought to WTN
's Web site. Our normal recurring readership is about 30......Full article >>>
inkuehler, who also spoke last Thursday. "I think it's already kind of becoming that."
Judy Brown, director of the Academic ADL Co-Lab
in Madison, said the area's concentration of research into effective game development, especially in education, could help draw industry here.
"A lot of us have been talking......Full article >>>
me. Some educational tools could even be constructed using a game's own construction kit, which many developers include for players to use.
One line of comments focused on how suited video games are for training, as opposed to conventional methods such as books:
Dan: Does the......
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elf may not be historically accurate, it can still play a part in learning. Another example is the Civilization games, which let players build a society, all the way from nomadic settlers without even the knowledge of ceramics to spaceship-building civilizations. Games of Civilization rarely resemble real history. You can play the Americans in 2,000 B.C., and you can and get space flight by 1 A.D.......
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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Stitt 01/24/05
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