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Embedding a Videogame Museum in a University Curriculum


How can the setup of a game museum help a game development curriculum and drive student engagement to new heights? Is it actually useful and can it be done on a tight budget? These and more questions will be addressed in this session, showing how James Cook University in Singapore managed to start the first such museum in Southeast Asia, bringing awareness to students and the general audience alike about the influence of historical games across the modern industry, while also enabling new collaborations between staff and students from different faculties.

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  • GDC 2015
  • Roberto Dillon
  • James Cook University
  • free content
  • GDC Education Summit
  • Game Career / Education