Texas A&M University's Department of Visualization signed a three-year deal with Triseum to integrate ARTé: Mecenas, the company's immersive art history video game, across all of the institution's art history survey courses.
Texas A&M students have been piloting the game since its launch last summer. Based on their knowledge gain, engagement levels and success rates, Texas A&M is broadening the game's access to 1,500 students per year who are enrolled in art history, both on campus and online.
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