Gamebridge Unityversity combines the world’s learning experiences into a unified game where lessons are quests in the adventure of lifelong learning.
We expand the global game school in the following ways:
- Enrolling in Unityversity courses and helping improve them with feedback
- Mentoring in Unityversity courses to improve students, ourselves and materials
- Coursemaking Unityversity course curriculums to expand the range of offerings
- Establishing Unityversity chapters in clubs, hackerspaces and schools
- Coursesharing Unityversity courses where curriculums are needed
Enrolling in Unityversity courses and helping improve them with feedback
The best place to start is by enrolling in Unityversity and participating in a course online or onsite.
Mentoring in Unityversity courses to improve students, ourselves and materials
As soon as you learn how to do something yourself, you can learn more by helping mentor others. You may find that you enjoy teaching and the more you teach the more you master your material yourself.
Establishing Unityversity chapters in communities, hackerspaces and schools
You can set up and teach a Unityversity near you
Gamebridge will support you in establishing local Unityversity locations.
Sharing Unityversity courses where curriculums are needed
Places where we can share curriculums are looking for good things to teach.
There are a number of sites and communities looking for quality content to enable others to teach.
Examples of places that could use Unityversity curriculums to attract more authors and mentors and students:
- Hackerspaces Education has curriculum links to online courses for teaching at hackerspaces. Gamebridge courses should establish a /hackerspaces page that welcomes and supports learners and mentors who want to teach in hackerspaces.
- Wikiversity School of Computer Science has no Unity game dev materials yet.