Andrew Greenberg, executive director of the Georgia Game Developers Association (www.ggda.org) and director of the Southern Interactive Entertainment and Game Expo (www.siegecon.net), has been working in the game industry since 1990. Best known for designing computer games and roleplaying games, he also consults with game studios, health companies, educational institutions, marketing firms and more interested in making good games or gamification part of their overall strategy. He also serves on the advisory board for the Georgia Film, Music and Digital Entertainment Office; the Decide DeKalb Economic Development Authority, the Atlanta Regional Workforce Development board, and other professional, cultural and corporate boards.
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Electronic Games, Toys and Tablets: Do They Work?
Like it or not, technology is part of our everyday lives, which means our kids are exposed to it too. Is this really a bad thing? If done in moderation, can these electronic games, toys and tablets actually makes our kids smarter? Today we’ll breakdown common fears many parents face and we’ll look at new research that suggests this type of learning is more helpful than harmful.
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