Why Learning Games Succeed Where Traditional Training Fails
Here is an interested article on the gamification of learning: http://www.bottomlineperformance.com/why-learning-games-succeed-where-traditional-training-fails/
This is relevant because Georgia is breaking down barriers to digital learning and we are also a leader in the video game industry. Melding the two could improve education and create jobs. The fact is that traditional education is boring to kids who have grown up around rich, interactive multimedia.
– Kelly McCutchen
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