A new online space invited educators to come together and discuss the best uses for Mojang's game
Level 3 diploma and higher apprenticeships created in collaboration with British games companies
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James Woodrow was also named "Mentor of the Universe"
Dash & Dot toys work with mobile apps to teach kids coding, earned $3.5m in revenue in first month on sale
David Miller, Director of Learning at Kuato Studios, on the growing importance of educational games and coding in the classroom
Retailer will award 40 scholarships of $2,500 each
UK studios lend a hand in student competition
"The power of the Randy Pausch and Mark Beaumont Scholarships goes beyond the $2,500 cash awards"
"We are advised to contact the police and children's social care"
Some of the top research institutions will be able to experiment with design for VR experiences
Educational version of Mojang's blockbuster going to 200 schools
Educational developer hits 40m installs, changes name
Make It Digital initiative will also herald a dramatisation of the making of Grand Theft Auto
First live TV coverage of a collegiate eSports event
Art & Design and Programming & Engineering scholarships available
Former Sega of America CEO Tom Kalinske bemoans 20 years of wrong decisions from the Sonic maker, weighs in on whether Nintendo should go mobile
"An incredibly effective way of inspiring the next generation of games talent"
Trade body on board with Education Foundation in study of capital
Expansion in the $3 billion education market
Over 350 entries this year
New initiative will let students create and programme games exploring curriculum subjects
Application deadline is January 31
Imminent skills shortage will be addressed with new facilities
Educators and students now have free access to key game development tools