uOttawa Law launches educational video game about video game law

Screen shot of video game
The University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law – Civil Law Section has created an interactive video game aimed at teaching students video game law.

A Canadian university first developed by professors Thomas Burelli and Alexandre Lillo, Reset 2047 is an interactive educative game based on their video game law course. Set in a dystopian future, this French-language game features 40 characters, 400 scenarios and one hero: the player.

Professors Burelli and Lillo’s leadership in video game law previously saw them participate in a project to replicate uOttawa's Faculty of Law Fauteux Hall virtually - through Minecraft.

Media are invited to the unveiling of their ground-breaking project, where they will also discuss future vision for game-based learning in universities.

WHEN: Thursday, May 26, 2022 at 4 p.m. (in French only)
HOW: Online; details here.

Media Requests:
Paul Logothetis
Media Relations Agent
Cell: 613.863.7221

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