Nearly 1,000 developers, educators, researchers and influencers – a record number — attended this year’s Games for Change Festival in New York City. One of three tracks of programming, the… more »
The technology and platforms available for those building educational games continues to evolve. This section will report on the the latest opportunities and challenges facing those making learning games.
For years the buzz of gaming and what it can bring to the learning of a child has fueled conferences, VC investors and cutting edge educators, but the platform that… more »
It’s been a big year at Triseum, a relatively new game developer based in Texas. They scored one of 16 spots at this year’s Gaming Pitch Competition at SXSW and… more »
iCivics is a non-profit organization dedicated to reinvigorating civic learning through interactive and engaging learning resources. Their platform has more than 7 million registered students and 100,000 registered teachers in… more »