[Bf-education] Introduction

Blasgund Brian Brian.Blasgund at polytechnic.wa.edu.au
Sun Nov 27 14:24:43 CET 2011

Hi Colin,
I am Brian Blasgund a Lecturer in Multimedia /IT at Polytechnic West in Perth Western Australia I have taught with blender for four years and love it love the games engine. Need to upgrade my skills as I cannot create the old split screen game as rasterization function in python seems to be superseded but hey its all development of skills, if you want contact then hey hi!
Brian Blasgund
Lecturer IT/Multimedia
Midland Campas
0438 938 364
Brian.Blasgund at polytechnic.wa.edu.au


From: bf-education-bounces at blender.org on behalf of Colin Maxwell
Sent: Sun 27/11/2011 8:09 PM
To: bf-education at blender.org
Subject: [Bf-education] Introduction

I'm Colin Maxwell, a lecturer at Carnegie College in Scotland.
We've been developing new qualifications in game development over the past year and a few schools and colleges have started trialling it this academic session, with many more expected to do so next year.
I've been using Blender with my students for 2 years now and am now trying to champion its cause within schools and colleges in Scotland. Although there are many different tools for making games, and many are free, I feel that Blender has a lot more to offer as it can be used for many different areas such as animation, modelling, visual effects and games.
It is such a shame that this education mailing list is so inactive, but I am still hoping to make contact with other educators who use Blender.

Colin Maxwell
Adobe Education Leader
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www.maximized.co.uk <http://www.maximized.co.uk/> 
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