In this talk, Dr Iacovides will present a case study of a persuasive game competition that was carried out as a part of a wider research project investigating medical device safety.
Tags: academics, educational techonlogy, Learning Sciences Research Institute, research, The Open University
Kate Stewart, School of Medicine and Health Sciences, and Matthew Cole, Open University, discuss ‘The irruption an suppression of vegan ethics in Doctor Who’. Part of the Popular Culture Lecture Series. Art by Matt Ferguson.
Tags: Kate Stewart, Matthew Cole, Popular Culture Lecture Series, School of Medicine and Health Sciences, science fiction, The Open University
The University of Nottingham is offering a free course on sustainability as part of a new […]
Appears in Issue 71
Tags: CEO of FutureLearn, David Willetts, Dr Sarah Speight, FutureLearn, massive open online courses, MOOCs, Simon Nelson, Society and You, sustainability, The Open University, Universities and Science Minister
Children who are taught how to think and act like scientists develop a clearer understanding of the subject, a study has shown.
Appears in Issue 47
Tags: Associate Director (Research & Scholarship), Economic and Social Research Council, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Technology Enhanced Learning Research Programme, nQuire, Prof Eileen Scanlon, Prof Mike Sharples, ScienceScope, The Open University