NMSU promotes STEM-learning through Learning Games Lab ‘think tanks’

Date: 2013-06-25
Writer: Isabel A. Rodriguez, (575) 646-7565, idarling@nmsu.edu
Thanks to a summer program at New Mexico State University, local middle and high school students are getting the opportunity to test out iPad apps and video games this summer – all in the name of research.

Students act as consultants and test out various NMSU-developed technologies during Learning Games Lab “think tank” sessions as they participate in various activities that aim to improve their writing, interpersonal and communication skills.

The program is presented by NMSU’s Media Productions and engages students through new apps, computer software and educational video games. Participants have the opportunity to test and evaluate NMSU-developed software. Read more….


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