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Corporate Games for Training and Education

By Carolyn Allen, Editor

Corporate games are being developed for human resources, marketing and public outreach.

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Marc Prensky founded Games2Train.com, where he has created more than 100 software titles for companies such as American Express, Bank of America, Charles Schwab & Co., Estée Lauder Companies, Inc., IBM, JP Morgan Chase & Co., Nokia Corporation, and Pfizer Inc.

Seriosity

Stanford University education professor Dr. Byron Reeves founded Seriosity, which applies "game elements" to the human resource issues of Fortune 500 companies

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Parsons' New School for Design develops video games for training public officials, students and professionals in various fields.

Carnegie Mellon Training Games for Security

Carnegie Mellon University recently developed a video game to prepare police and fire departments for terrorist attacks involving biological or chemical hazards.

U.S. Army

The Army's Training and Doctrine Command National Simulation Center at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., integrates video game graphics into simulations for soldiers and military leaders.


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