Students Showcase Video Games
A group of students at the University of Florida had a "Game Day" Monday afternoon.
The students created Web sites and shared them with each other. Teaching Assistant Jonathan Ohlrich says the projects could serve useful in the future.
"They're trying to hopefully get a piece -- a product that they can take a potential employer and have something to show off," Ohlrich said.
Students participating in the "Game Day" open house study computer science-related fields.
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