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Food Force: The First Humanitarian Video Game

Food Force: The First Humanitarian Video Game
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Red Cross - The Game Kompany All content copyright OUAT Entertainment 2010 Staying Alive - 4 minutes to save a life in 3D Experian - Consumer Minimum specification requirements · Intel Pentium 3 or equivalent (900 MHz) · Windows 2000 or above OS· 32 mb graphics card [including the latest drivers from your cards manufacturer]· 128 mb RAM· DirectX9.0C· 300MB Hard Drive space· User read/write permission to c:/program files/Caspian Learning and all sub directories Audio instructions are given throughout the game. Please make sure you will be able to hear these. Read the quick start guide before playing Creditability. Start the game by tackling University and then play the levels in numerical order. Hints and tips: . . . . .

Devenir ingénieur Starbank World Cup L'industrie About The Small Business Game Through a Flash-based online game environment, students learn how to run a sports retail store based on retailing football club merchandise. In the process they experience the start-up and management of a business, learning both from their mistakes and from their successes. It can be used in class as a fun, interactive way to learn about a variety of concepts from across the school curriculum. Students can: Learn what it is like to manage a small business. Learn what works in business-and what doesn’t work. Q. Q. Q. Q. Q. Q. Q.

Des métiers pour le multimédia L'AWT vous propose un guide "des métiers pour le mutimédia". 36 métiers à découvrir, notamment pour les jeunes à la recherche d'une orientation professionnelle dans un secteur d'avenir dont la Région wallonne a fait l'une de ses priorités. Ce guide est avant tout un outil destiné aux jeunes scolarisés et aux professionnels en recherche de réorientation, pour les aider à mieux comprendre les métiers et les profils de compétences dans le monde du multimédia. Le souhait de l'AWT est que ce guide soit aussi une aide pour les enseignants ou les formateurs en multimédia, comme pour les recruteurs dans la formulation des offres d’emploi. Les fiches métiers répertorient 36 métiers, soit 36 fonctions spécifiques au secteur du multimédia depuis la décision de concevoir une nouvelle oeuvre multimédia jusqu’à sa mise en valeur et sa maintenance. Dans la pratique, une même personne peut exercer simultanément plusieurs métiers.