Tags video games

CUNY gets $2 million to make New York 'global hub' for video game industry

by Emily Bamforth

A new four-year degree in game design is part of a push from Mayor Eric Adams to attract the video game industry to New York.

Stanford's 'Club Cardinal' game gave students a virtual hangout

by Betsy Foresman

Though the university's physical campus remains closed, a new virtual campus paired with a social network is being embraced by students and administrators, who may adopt it as an official planning platform.

University students showcase cyber skills in 'Red vs. Blue' simulation

by Betsy Foresman

Instead of a capstone project this year, master's students in the University of Houston's cybersecurity program alternately protected and attacked virtual industrial control systems.

With the right standards, video games can boost science proficiency

by Michele Israel

Commentary: Simulations that integrate Next Generation Science Standards can help students achieve proficiency in the sciences, says edWeb.net’s Michele Israel.

Educational video games immerse art students at Arizona State

by Betsy Foresman

Students learn about 15th century Italy and 19th century Paris to broaden their views of art history beyond the paintings those eras left behind.

Calculus video game boosted test pass rates say Texas A&M researchers

by Betsy Foresman

Playing a custom-built video game was shown to significantly improve test scores in introductory calculus classes.

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