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Share Research Results through Games

Videogames provide a promising way for sharing research results with adult audiences, thereby increasing the impact of knowledge Law of the Jungle is a free game developed at Harvey Mudd College that translates insights from the social science research on what it will take to protect tropical forests. Geared toward Grade 11 through adults See rulechangers.org

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Games for Climate Change Education and Sustainability

The Real-World Impact Games Lab at Teachers College, Columbia University, directed by Joey J. Lee, Research Professor of Technology and Education, has been working on digital and non-digital games for educational and social impact for several years. We have created Greenify, a real-world action game that uses gamification mechanics to challenge individuals to complete real world missions based upon sustainability principles, ...more »

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