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Jun 15, 2022 2022-06-15

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Learning Pathways into the Gaming and 3D Tech Industries

Unity Learn is a code-teaching system that focuses primarily on gaming, augmented/virtual reality (AR/VR), and 3D environment modeling. The system can be used for engineering, architecture, automotive, entertainment, gaming, and more professional needs.

Unity Learn offers education-specific profiles so it can be accessed for free by those in high school, aged 16 or older, or degree-level institutions. Learning starts with a choice of skill level. Students can choose a level, or they can take an assessment to find out a suggested level based on their needs and abilities. Wherever they start, the course is broken down into video guidance, tutorials, written directions, and more.

More than 750 hours of live and on-demand learning material is available for free after signup. The courses are divided into three basic groups: Essentials, for those new to Unity Learn; Junior Programmer, for those familiar with Unity; and Creative Core, for those more familiar with Unity.

Students learn to write code in C#, JavaScript (Unity Script), or Boo. They can choose to search for tutorials, projects, and courses at varying levels by topic: Scripting, XR, Graphics & Visuals, 2D, Mobile & Touch, Editor Essentials, Physics, User Interface, For Educators, and AI & Navigation.

The For Educators option allows teachers to guide students on how to use Unity in 2D, 3D, AR, or VR. The resources can easily be integrated into the curriculum, and specific pathways help students see what their learning can led to in the working world.

College and Career Readiness Computer Science/Coding/Programming Gamification/Game-Based Learning

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