NYU's Games for Learning Institute Announces May Events

This May, New York University’s Games for Learning Institute (G4LI) will host a summit and talks on “Games and 21st Century Learning” and “Action Video Game Playing as a Learning Tool.” The G4LI is a joint endeavor of Microsoft Research, New York University, and a consortium of universities. The Institute’s goal is to identify the qualities of computer games that engage students and develop relevant, personalized teaching strategies that can be applied to the learning process. Admission to the talks is free and open to the public.

A schedule of events follows:

  • Fri., May 1, 2 p.m. James Paul Gee: “Games and 21st Century Learning”: This talk 500

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