Following recent news reports, Dr Carlo Perrotta writes about the impact of video games on education and skills on The Conversation website. If videogames do benefit pupils’ education and skills, it’s time we found out how and why Whether studies show that videogames improve or degrade performance, part of the problem is that we still don’t know how or…
We recently found out about our success in the latest round of European H2020 funding.
Prof Neil Morris, Dr Carlo Perrotta and Dr Bronwen Swinnerton have been awarded £494,028 from the ESRC for a joint project with an NRF-funded team from the University of Cape Town, South Africa, led by Dr Laura Czerniewicz.
Dr Carlo Perrotta presented at the BERA conference on “Digital Making across the curriculum”.
Dr Vania Dimitrova recently co-chaired the First International Workshop on Intelligent Mentoring Systems held in Zagreb, Croatia in June 2016.
Leeds University, as part of the Futurelearn consortium, offers the first MOOC program to carry academic credits that can be put towards a degree.