It’s Sustainability – Gamified

According to College of Design assistant professor Emil Polyak, games are a good way for older children and adults to learn, too. That’s why Polyak recently challenged students in his Art and Design Studio to create educational games about sustainability. After attending a workshop co-hosted by NC State’s Office of Faculty Development and the University Sustainability Office, Polyak wanted to broaden his students’ understanding of sustainability.

Work Stressed and Play?

Work Stressed and Play? A brief look at competitive gaming Go to the download (members free) To date, competitive gaming has not been widely researched or recognised in the scientific and professional literature on video games. As the name suggests, competitive gaming...