Public Voting Opened for National STEM Video Game Challenge

The Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop announced that public voting for the National STEM Video Game Challenge for collegiate and professional developers is open to the public, and runs until February 25. The public can vote on over 35 submitted projects that  highlight the importance of the STEM fundamentals in education.

Besides a substantial cash prize, the team earning the most votes will be awarded an exhibitor full access package for Game Connection and the 2012 Game Developers Conference. All of this year’s entries try to teach students about math, science, technology and all of the key elements of the President’s STEM learning initiatives.

Find out more at the Cooney Center’s web site.

Source: Serious Games Source

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