Chioma Udeozor, one of our CHARMING researchers, won the best poster award for her poster presented at the just concluded 15th European Conference on Games Based Learning (ECGBL).
The 15th ECGBL hosted by the University of Brighton, UK in September 2020 brought together experts and researchers in virtual reality, augmented reality and game-based learning from various academic disciplines.
During the conference, some of our CHARMING researchers presented their work in the forms of posters and PhD colloquiums. Our ESR 10 researcher, Chioma Udeozor, presented a poster titled, ‘Evaluation of the use of a Serious Game for Chemical Engineering Education’ and won a joint first place for ‘best poster’ of the conference. Her poster was commended for clarity and a good balance of text and images.