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The UK Government has outlined its plans to train up the first generation of computer science teachers as it prepares to introduce the course to the curriculum.
Non-profit video game organization Institute of Play has unveiled the Games, Learning and Assessment Lab, a new design center that will research and develop compelling games in an effort to engage students.
Valve has announced plans for ‘Steam for Schools’, a program that aims to provide a free, limited version of Steam to classrooms for educational purposes.
Interactive design school Hyper Island is opening the doors to prospective students on Thursday, March 8th between 17:30 and 19:00.
The games industry will get its chance to speak to the nation next week, with the BBC’s Newsnight programme scheduled to run a feature on the Livingstone-Hope Skills Review.
Valve has made its critically acclaimed first-person puzzler Portal available for free.
Michael Gove MP has encouraged educators to experiment with using video games to help teach maths and science.
PlayStation and playgrounds may not have much in common, but Sony is aiming to change all that with radical education plans.
US President Barack Obama has announced a new initiative that promotes the development of educational video games.
Nintendo is to be an official sponsor of the Handheld Learning Conference and Exhibition.
The expo will be held on 10-12th October 2007 at Central Hall Westminster, London.
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