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This UK university lets students play Pokémon Go as part of their degree

Students at Salford University in the UK may soon have to capture Pokémon as part of their degree. According to the Daily Mail, those studying the Business Information Technology course at an undergraduate level will have to play Pokémon Go. How the app relates to the course isn’t immediately clear. However, Salford University lecturer Dr David Kreps says that it will make the course more accessible, and easier to grasp.
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