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The Play The Learning Game project, is funded by the European Commission and the Spanish National Agency - OAPEE in the framework of the Lifelong Learning Programme Leonardo Da Vinci Sub-programme – Transfer of Innovation Action.
The Play The Learning Game project aims to improve and transfer the results of the The Learning Game project (financed by the European Commision in the framework of the Socrates Programme Comenius 2.1 Action Nr. 128967-CP-1-2006-1-IT-Comenius-C 2.1) during which European teachers investigated and tested the use of videogames, multimedia and e-learning for educational and training purposes.
The aim of the Play The Learning Game project is to enhance teachers and trainers capability to use and combine Videogames, Multimedia and e-learning and in order to make learning more attractive and promote and enhance the involvement of pupils and trainees in Lifelong Learning.
The project aims to update and expand The Learning Game Portal (http://www.learningame.org/) integrating the existing results with the latest technical solutions:
For further information, please visit The Project page.
The Manual is now available in 4 languages
The Manual for the application of Videogames and Multimedia for educational and training purposes is now available in English, Spanish, German, Greek and Italian.
More than 410 reviews of e-learning products now available on Play The Learning Game
Access to more than 410 reviews of e-learning products. The reviews provide useful references and information about the most effective e-learning based teaching resources that can be used to integrate their lessons. The reviews are available in the Evaluation E-learning Courses Section of the Portal
More than 530 reviews of Videogames now available on Play The Learning Game
Access to more than 530 reviews of commercial and educational videogames with useful references and information about how to use videogames available on the market and on the internet to make their lessons more attractive and interactive. The reviews are available in the Videogame reviews Section of the Portal