SHI and Morris-Union Jointure Commission: A collaborative scholastic esports facility
A winning program to enhance student engagement

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Morris-Union Jointure Commission (MUJC) enlisted the help of SHI to build an esports program that would enable students with autism to learn and interact in a safe, engaging, and accessible setting.

SHI helped MUJC to design and create an esports environment with 12 gaming stations that allows students to use video games to learn with one another in a collaborative setting. The new esports facility enables students to develop problem solving, communication, and social skills, and enhance gaming skills and coordination, among many other learning benefits.

Watch our brief video below to learn more about MUJC’s new esports facility.

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