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Video Games May Help Improve Map-Reading/Navigation Skills

October 28, 2010



It may be easy for some, but for others, not so much. We are talking about reading maps and finding your way in new surroundings.

That’s why many of us have GPS systems in our cars. Navigation skills are used almost everyday by everyone.

But a Vanderbilt University researcher in Nashville, Tennessee, thinks real world map skills and navigation can be improved – by playing video games.

Barb Cramer has the story in this Vanderbilt Video News Release.

 

 

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