Online Game Educates Voters About 2008 Presidential Candidates
A new interactive, online game aims to educate voters about the 2008 Presidential Election’s top candidates. The game spotlights four of the race’s top contenders: Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, John McCain, and Rudy Giuliani.
Free of charge and globally accessible on the Web, the EBD interactive learning tool features questions and answers designed to educate the public on selected presidential campaigns.
Education By Design (EBD), Inc., developed the game, which can be accessed at www.the2008race.com.
“It’s a game that has been developed to help people learn more about the four candidates–their thinking, their viewpoints, their life stories, and more,” said Bunmi Folayan, Chief Executive Officer of Education By Design. “For example, as a user, you can learn about a specific candidate’s voting record, background, education, and politics–basically everything you would want to know about before considering [him or her] for the Presidency.”
Education By Design’s interactive technology is entirely Web-based, making it an ideal method to discover and research presidential candidates. Developed to answer voters’ questions and address voters’ concerns, the EBD Presidential Election game is a source for comprehensive information in a continuously evolving political climate.
EBD’s technologies develop interactive games to provide organizations (of any size) a means to quickly distribute learning and marketing material. The company’s applications facilitate the communication of key concepts through an innovative multimedia experience, which can be distinctly tailored to an organization’s learning, marketing, and management system.
For more information about Education By Design, visit www.educationbydesign.com.
Abstracted from Market Wire Newsletter, 02/22/07.