Piloting at HAK Leibnitz with around 60 pupils. We got useful comments how to optimize the game. Thanks to all the pupils and their teacher to support our piloting phase!
GREEN GAMES is in the Issue No.43 for Applied Games and Gamification – Drivers for Change
Animation for in-game Staff Training on Kitchen Food Waste The below is an animation on Food waste in the kitchen to help inform the player on the importance of separating waste types. Within the game, this would be available under “Staff Training”. Players would be able to Train Staff by paying cash, after which they’re […]
JamToday: Workshop: Digital Games & their use in tuition Wednesday 4th of February 2015 from 1 – 2.30 p.m. At `Wahrnehmungslabor`(321), Alte Poststraße 147, 8020 Graz What is the use of digital games in tuition? How can they be reasonably applied to achieve the ideal educational objective and which varieties do already exist? JamToday supports […]
To give an idea of how the game has progressed over the past number of months under the steady hand of game development partners Caped Koala, the consortium has been made a video available that outlines the progress of the game from the early tablet prototypes to the existing prototype. Game development is still going […]
This weekend we visited Game City, unique and with 69.000 visitors in this year one of the biggest events for game players in Austria. Young and old players, families, schools and individuals interested in games can come and see which digital games are coming next on the shelves and explore the player experience (some games […]
In this short video international team members explain why the topic of reduction or waste and energy consumption in the tourism area is of such an importance and how they envisage to achieve this.
This result is a needs analysis which was conducted to identify the requirements in the requirements in current hospitality and waste management industries regarding education on environmental issues such as food, water and energy waste management, as well as analyzing the difficulties which students and vocational teachers face with regard to the subject area. […]
This result is a report which provides an overview of the current state of the art of environmental awareness and waste management practices in the EU and the pedagogy related to the teaching of these subject areas in the tourism and hospitality sector in particular. The report can be accessed here