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Games in Schools Handbook for teachers now in Norwegian!

The Games in Schools Handbook has now been translated into Norwegian. You can access it here on the blog:


ISFE (the Interactive Software Federation of Europe who commissioned the study) say that there has been much interest in the handbook, and they are considering to translate it into other languages. Watch this space for possible further translations in the future!

The handbook, in addition to the full Games in Schools study, has received a lot of interest also in countries outside of the study's focus group. The study has now been presented in Sweden, Austria, Italy and Switzerland, where the handbook was particularly appreciated for being a user-friendly guide for teachers interested in starting to use games in their lessons. The study was also presented at the European Parliament at the European Internet Foundation's breakfast debate on ''Smart learning: video games and other technologies” on 14 April 2010. The link to the programme (and soon the presentation) can be accessed here: