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We are excited to announce our 20 finalists for this year’s Serious Games Showcase & Challenge! We will be featuring the games throughout this month leading up to I/ITSEC so make sure to check in each day to learn more about each of them. Congratulations to the 2016 finalists: A Fine Line by CMU ETC […]
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By Dolly Rairigh Glass Reprinted with permission from Team Orlando About three and a half years ago, at the conclusion of the 2012 Serious Games Showcase & Challenge (SGS&C), the SGS&C integrated product team (IPT) leads initiated a conversation with Orange County Public Schools (OCPS) and proposed a partnership — one that would expand
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Read the story here: http://halldale.com/news/defence/rockwell-collins-signs-serious-games-cooperative-agreement-university-utah   Share this
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By Dolly Rairigh Glass Reprinted with permission from Team Orlando The Serious Games Showcase & Challenge (SGS&C) winners were recognized at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) on Dec. 3. Eighteen finalist games were showcased on the floor during the four-day I/ITSEC show, where close to 15,000
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Serious Games Showcase & Challenge would like to congratulate our 2015 award winners: • Best Business Game – Project Desal, Monkeystack, SimTecT winner • Best Government Game – MUM-T Strikeforce, U.S. Army PdM – Tactical Unmanned Aircraft Systems • Best Student Game – Healthx, University of Utah • Best Mobile Serious Gam
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By Dolly Rairigh Glass Reprinted with permission from Team Orlando For Serious Games Showcase & Challenge, the year 2011 was a year for adaptation. Specifically, it was centered around mobile platforms and the introduction of its own award category, and the first year for the special themed category, “Adaptive Force.” With mobile use continuing
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Reposted with permission from Team Orlando. By Dolly Rairigh Glass Heading into the year 2010, the Serious Games & Showcase Challenge IPT committee began to realize that the growth in the number of games and the quality of games they had planned for was definitely becoming more evident. Although they didn’t see a big increase […]
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Reposted with permission from Team Orlando. By Dolly Rairigh Glass With three years behind them, the Serious Games Showcase & Challenge IPT didn’t have any major changes to implement for 2009, and instead focused on increasing both the number of student entries and international entries. “More and more the word continued to spread to potential
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Reposted with permission from Team Orlando. By Dolly Rairigh Glass Two successful Serious Games Showcase & Challenge events in 2006 and 2007 led to more discovery and understanding about what was really going to make this event sustain itself. In preparation for the 2008 SGS&C, continued refinements were made to ensure the Challenge’s longe
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Reposted with permission from Team Orlando. By Dolly Rairigh Glass With the 2006 inaugural behind them, the Serious Games Showcase & Challenge IPT committee began to pinpoint the challenges they recognized in that first year and address them for the 2007 Challenge. The year was focused on removing restrictions that seemed to be hampering more [