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Gamification/Game-Based Learning

Games that support learning; teaching that uses games to increase student engagement and participation.

create your own art gallery app

May 01, 2020


Game of Art, Architecture, and Artificial Intelligence

The free video game Occupy White Walls by StikiPixels allows users to design their own art gallery. Available on gaming platform Steam, the building experience features 2,200 unique architectural elements and more than 6,000 artworks ranging from Old Master paintings to contemporary creations.

Apr 15, 2020


Interactive Game Exploring the Workings of the US Government

The Center on Representative Government at Indiana University has launched Engaging Congress, a free interactive game that uses primary source documents to explore the workings of American government and the challenges the government faces in contemporary society.

Apr 15, 2020


Hands-on At-Home Science Activities

The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago builds bridges between youth and science, both inside and outside the classroom. On the museum’s Science at Home website, children can keep learning in place and at their own pace with science activities and topics they can access anytime.   

Master's Degree in Instructional Technology

Apr 15, 2020

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Become an Expert in Online Learning

Earn your Master’s in Instructional Technology and integrate forward-thinking technology trends into your curriculum through The University of Alabama (BAMA by Distance). Course concepts include adaptive and assistive technologies, assessment and evaluation in instructional technology, and online teaching and learning. Electives are also available in game-based learning, as well as other special topics. The program is entirely online, and you’ll study under the same expert faculty who teach on the university’s main campus. The degree is identical to a main campus degree, but it is less expensive because of the affordable distance tuition rate.

Challenge to create games

Feb 03, 2020


Program Exposing Students to Game Design

The Games for Change (G4C) Student Challenge combines students’ passion for games with digital learning and civic engagement. The challenge, which takes place in cities across the United States, includes professional development in game-based learning for up to 75 teachers per city, inschool and afterschool game-making courses, student game jams and workshops, mentorship by professional game designers, and social issue themes with multimedia content provided by cause-based partners.


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