Although game development classes have existed in Computer Science
programs for well over a decade, there has been a recent surge of
interest in applying game development to a full range of courses in
colleges and universities nationwide. The purpose of this special issue
of JERIC is to share the experiences of faculty involved in the
development and management of game development classes with the wider
audience of this Journal.
Contributions will be reviewed on the basis of technical quality,
relevance to the topic, significance, and clarity.
About ACM JERIC
The ACM Journal on Educational Resources in Computing is an electronic
publication providing access to high quality, archival resources
suitable for use in support of computing education. Resources include
scholarly articles with wide applicability and potential impact as well
as multimedia and visualization resources, laboratory materials and
other materials of practical use in support of learning in the computing