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Immersive Chemistry Podcast #9

Immersive Chemistry Podcast Episode #9: Perceptions of Digital Games Based Learning in Higher Education? Abstract There is a growing interest in the use of digital games in higher education. In this episode, we talk with Chioma Udeozor about her research ...

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STUDENTS WANTED !

Students with some knowledge in chemical equilibria are invited to attend a free online event, which includes a Game Level Design workshop. The activity is part of a PhD research and will be held in Zoom for 2 days the ...

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CHARMING goes VirBELA: 4th Network-Wide Event

The fourth Charming ETN Network-Wide Event was supposed to take place in Utrecht, the Netherlands with a lot of bikes, beautiful grachten, and Bitterballen. Due to the travel advisories in this uncommon year, things had to be switched to plan ...

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Another Best Poster Award for CHARMING!

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 ...

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Immersive Chemistry Podcast #8

Immersive Chemistry Podcast Episode #8: Designing a VR Chemical Reactor Training Prototype Abstract In this episode of the podcast, we speak with PhD Candidates and fellow Early Stage Researchers, Sofia Garcia Fracaro and Yusra Tehreem about a VR Chemical Reactor ...

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Immersive Chemistry Podcast #7

  Immersive Chemistry Podcast Episode #7: Games making as an educational strategy with Silvia Fornós. Abstract In this episode, we speak with Silvia Fornós who is taking games-based learning research into an interesting direction, by exploring how games making can ...

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Immersive Chemistry Podcast #6

Immersive Chemistry Podcast Episode #6: Using Augmented Reality as a tool for helping students understand abstract concepts. Abstract In this episode of the podcast we delve into the work of co-host Jessi, who is exploring the research question: Can Augmented ...

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