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Realtime Worlds leads Games:EDU sessions

Games:EDU, the education conference for the development industry, will this year be held at the University of Abertay in Dundee on May 20.

Realtime Worlds producer Carol Clarke has been confirmed to hold a session titled “Mentoring Graduates the Realtime Worlds Way”.

Other confirmed sessions include TIGA CEO Richard Wilson speaking for “A Modest Proposal: TIGA’s Battle-Plan for UK Games Education”, and Northern Regional College’s David Brockbank on “How FE Game Courses Can Support Higher Education”.

Early-bird tickets for Games:EDU are available for £150 until April 30.

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