Adding game design and mechanics to your online content can make it more engaging, motivational and enjoyable. Online educational content is competing with social and entertainment content, and so now is as good a time … Continue reading
Learning games can promote student engagement and inspire curiosity. They can also help students develop personally and professionally, by giving them a safe space to try (and to fail).
If you’ve ever used games in your teaching, wondered how, or want to hear what … Continue reading
From an initial interest in creating a histology game and some rough drawings on the back of playing cards, Frankie Macmillan and Zoe Palmer have created a fun and exciting way to teach a subject … Continue reading
The third Learning Games event took place against a backdrop of thundery showers in the Victoria Rooms on Wednesday 8th May. In attendance were colleagues from both professional and academic backgrounds, ranging in discipline … Continue reading
The second ‘Learning Games’ event took place on 17th January. To give everyone a chance to eat their lunch, the session started with a discussion around the tables about where we would like to … Continue reading
If you’ve ever used games in your teaching, wondered how, or want to hear what other people are doing, come along to the latest Learning Games lunch on the 17th January between 1-2pm. This event … Continue reading
The first ‘Using Games in Teaching’ event, organised by Chrysanthi Tseloudi and Suzi Wells from the Digital Education Office, saw 25 colleagues from across the University come together to discuss their experiences, hopes and ideas … Continue reading
This event, hosted by Suzi Wells and Chrysanthi Tseloudi from the Digital Education Office.
If you’ve ever used games in your teaching, wondered how, or want to hear what other people are doing, come along … Continue reading