Educational Technology

January 25, 2017

Cool Learning: Gaming Studio Creates Unique Space for Students to Live and Learn at Duke University

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By Stephanie Green, Campus Technology

Opened in the fall of 2015, the one-of-a-kind gaming space offers eight monitors, including a quad arrangement of four screens totaling over 100 inches and 10 gaming computers that can be used for competitive or group gaming. Additionally, there is an assortment of game consoles, including Wii U from Nintendo, Xbox One S and PlayStation 4. The Bolt has several nooks and alcoves that aim to serve individual gaming needs, while large couches and roomy seating encourage group gaming sessions that may not be possible in residence hall rooms. The Bolt is open to all students and serves as a connecting fabric between the Edens community and the rest of west campus. This accessibility creates a comfortable and naturally welcoming space.

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