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The following webinars have been organised to support teachers and students in creating and playing games safely.
You don’t have to join the Challenge to attend the following webinars. All teachers and students are welcome at each event. 
Sessions include:
Friday 1st September 4pm
John Sietsma (Unity Technologies)
Playground Project – Beginning game making in Unity without coding.
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Tues 5 Sept 2017,  2 – 2.40 pm  & Thurs 7 Sept 9.30 – 10.10 am
Greg Gebhart and Sandy Phillips eSafety Commission & DET – Safe in the Games
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Wed 6th September 6pm
Dan Bowen (microsoft)
Visual Studio / Makecode / Touch Develop – Get to grips with the basics of these tools to create your apps or games
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Fri 8th Sept 11am & Thur 14th Sept 11am
Sean Elliot- introducing Scratch to both teachers and students –

Using Scratch for Game Prototype
Do you have a great game idea, but not sure if it plays as good as you think it does? In this session, Sean Elliott will go over the basics of Scratch programming with an eye to making a game prototype quickly and easily. At the end of this session, you will have the basic knowledge of fast prototyping in Scratch, with ideas on how to build on your early game.
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GAC Submissions close on Wednesday, October 11 2017
Finalists of the Challenge will be showcased on October 27 during the Education in Games Summit as part of Melbourne Games Week.