|6 Nov 2012||Our educational game Legends of Alkhimia™ was cited in the Technology Outlook for Singapore K-12 Education 2012-2017 by the New Media Consortium (NMC) as an example of significant developments in technologies supporting teaching, learning, and creative inquiry in Singapore K-12 education.|
|26 Jul 2012||Our educational game Statecraft X™ was licensed to Griffith University, Australia, for use in the research project Serious Play.|
|Jun 2012||Both of our educational games Statecraft X™ and Legends of Alkhimia™ were featured in the NMC Horizon Report > 2012 K-12 Edition by the New Media Consortium (NMC) as examples of top emerging technologies and trends that the advisory board believes will have a major impact on teaching, learning, and creative inquiry in pre-college education over the next five years.|
|23 Nov 2011||Our educational game Statecraft X™ was commercialized through licensing to Immersive Play Pte Ltd, a Singapore-based game development and marketing company. [media release]|
|12 Jul 2011||Licensing of our educational game Escape from Centauri 7™ to Raffles Institution was extended for three additional years to allow students to learn physics through inquiry, using the game.|
|2 Jun 2011||Our educational game Statecraft X™ was licensed to Dr Ben Chang of the Department of E-Learning Design and Management, National Chiayi University, Taiwan, for use in classroom research.|
|4 Apr 2011||Our educational games, Statecraft X™ and Legends of Alkhimia™, may now be licensed by suitably qualified and interested parties for research use. Expressions of interest should be directed to Dr Chee Yam San [firstname.lastname@example.org].|
|7 Oct 2010||Today’s issue of the Straits Times newspaper featured an article highlighting the use of our game-based learning projects Legends of Alkhimia™ and Statecraft X™ at two local secondary schools.
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|1 Oct 2010||Trial versions of the games Legends of Alkhimia™ and Escape from Centauri 7™ are available for download on the Downloads page.|
|1 Oct 2010||Physics school teachers in Singapore schools who have an interest in licensing the complete Centauri 7™ learning program for use in their teaching should send an expression of interest to Dr Chee Yam San [email@example.com] giving their name, email address, and school name. When there is sufficient interest shown, a training workshop will be organized for such teachers. Licensing of the Centauri 7™ learning program will be offered to teachers for use in school upon their successful completion of the training workshop.|