📢We are delighted to be community partner of an upcoming #CyberSecurity #GameJam hosted by @meathpart on Fri Oct 8 (6-8pm) to Sat Oct 9 (9-9pm). You don’t have to be a programmer, if you can draw, tell stories, make music, etc, come along!— GameCraft.it (@GlobalGameCraft) September 24, 2021
Register here: https://t.co/r2HksxdN5N pic.twitter.com/kLOQxK3BZd
The main objective of the project is to strengthen the European VET capacity to recognise and manage cybersecurity threats (e. g. phishing attacks, botnets, financial and banking frauds, data fraud et.).
The project will help to improve the skills of VET educators in relation to management of cybersecurity threats, which is very important especially considering their central role in the knowledge transfer of good practices and skills to their students. Last but not at least, this project will also help to increase the awareness of teachers, students and their families about the importance to recognise such daily risks, which can have both economic and social impact.
Games developed during the Gamejam will be included in the Cybersecurity Awareness Training material developed as part of the project.
A game jam is an event for people to make games based on a theme (announced at the beginning of the jam) within a given period of time. It can be 8 hours or even up to 24 hours.
You use/bring your own tools, laptops, sound equipment, peripherals, software, assets, etc.
Meath Partnership has PCs onsite in their training room. More details to follow.
YES! You like games, and having fun. You don’t have to be a programmer, if you can draw, tell stories, make music, and more… come along! We need more designers, crafters and makers!
Yes, this event is fo 18s and over.
Nope, let us know when you check-in at registration on Saturday morning (08:30 till 08:59), and let us know what skills you have, and we can form a group in the morning before we announce the theme.
As many as you want, but more than 1, it’s fun to work with a team of people. 😊
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