Articles

  • Serious Game Coding

    Olof Wallentin, a Game Programmer from Sweden, created a web portal www. http://owallentin.com which offers many tutorials available for game programmers. On this portal, you can find many useful articles and tutorials relevant for game development,...

  • Creating A Serious Game with DXStudio

    DXStudio (http://www.dxstudio.com) is a development environment used for many different graphical purposes, creating educational games, including serious games. This environment provides a lot of guiding materials which are available at...

  • Why game based learning works?

    Deconstruct the fun in any good game, and it becomes clear that what makes it enjoyable is the built-in learning process ... Read more on http://www.newmedia.org/game-based-learning--what-it-is-why-it-works-and-where-its-going.html

  • 21 Smart Games For Game-Based Learning

    If you are looking for some interesting games to use in the classroom, you can find selection of 21 games with short descriptions on http://www.teachthought.com/technology/21-smart-games-for-game-based-learning/

  • Some experiences with game based learning in Scotland

    In classrooms throughout Scotland a range of game based technologies are now being used to help make teaching and learning experiences demanding and appealing. Read more...

  • Presentation of serious games and observations

    On Sunday, 06/09/2013, Association for Technical Culture of Slovenia held an award ceremony called ZOTKA's talents for students in primary and secondary schools who competed in science competitions on national level. Along with the event we...

  • University level students creating and testing serious games in schools

    At the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education students of Computer Science teacher education in their 4th year of studies in groups design serious learning games on the chosen topic from the field of Computer Science. This year students...

  • Use of Games in School

    Serious learning games are basically designed to be used as a learning material. But is it enough to let students play with the game or should we prepare additional activities to enhance learning? How can we integrate learning games into...

  • How to Invest in Game Based Learning

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/jordanshapiro/2013/03/19/how-to-invest-in-game-based-learning/ "a few multi-billion dollar players, a long buying cycle, selling costs, a byzantine decision-making process, demand for curriculum and standards alignment,...