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Cheaper and free technology looks to address concerns over relevance of education

Tools firms look to aid education woes with free tech

We’ve just posted up the latest in our monthly series of games education features – and this month we look at a handful of the games technology companies which offer cheap and sometimes free software to universities and colleges.

Autodesk, Microsoft, Emergent, Luxology and Softimage are all profiled and all offer a mix of cut-price and free software to those looking to teach games development.

It’s an interesting topic to explore when many in games development are quick to criticise courses teaching games production – clearly the tools are available to those wishing to correctly educate students on relevant tools used in studios.

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