Intellectual games of all formats, which are held in the Chelyabinsk Region, will be unified on the portal of the resource centre of the regional intellectual movement. The initiative has been proposed by the Intellectual Games League under the leadership of a South Ural State University (SUSU) student. The project has also been supported by a grant from the Governor of the Chelyabinsk Region.
The Governor of the Chelyabinsk Region Alexey Texler allocated a grant for creating a portal of the resource centre of the intellectual movement of the Chelyabinsk Region. The idea to implement this project was presented by the Intellectual Games League Chelyabinsk Regional Public Youth Organisation, which is headed by the student of the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science of South Ural State University Stanislav Lysov. He also heads the SUSU Intellectual Games Club.
The Resource Centre of the Intellectual Movement of the Chelyabinsk Region project was highly appreciated by the experts of the contest on awarding grants from the Governor and was included in the list of initiatives, which will be implemented starting February 2022.
Thanks to this project, citizens of the Chelyabinsk Region will have the opportunity to play intellectual games online. The packages of question-answer and multimedia games available to any user will be posted on the Internet-portal of the resource centre. Moreover, all the interested South Ural residents will be given access to games in video format, will be able to sign up for tournaments on individual games and join the events of the Intellectual Games League.
The Intellectual Games League promotes intellectual free-time activities among young people of the South Ural region
“Intellectual games online in the current situation is the most convenient way of organising rewarding free-time activities. The Resource Centre of the Intellectual Movement of the Chelyabinsk Region project will give students, school pupils, their teachers, working youth and everyone interested an opportunity to get involved in the process of intellectual movement online: using the portal of the centre to conduct their own meaningful events, participate in scheduled events, create a club of intellectual games in their educational institution or organisation,” said Stanislav Lysov.
The work on the internet portal of the resource centre will be complete when the game mechanism will be developed: with its help, players will be able to see a question, a form for submitting an answer, a table of results and other necessary information, all on one page.
Intellectual games of several formats will be available on the Internet portal: the popular What? Where? When? game, Quiz, button games, and so on.
The Resource Centre of the Intellectual Movement of the Chelyabinsk Region project is organized with the help of the “Centre for Supporting Civil Initiatives and Development of the Non-Profit Sector of the Economy of the Chelyabinsk Region” Foundation.