Academics from CIVIS universities are invited to participate to the innovative pedagogies workshop entitled “Gamification of a full university course”, organized by the University of Glasgow, under CIVIS. The event will take place online on Tuesday, March 8, 2022, between 12 and 13 (CET) and is open for 12-15 participants. The language is German or English.
This is an interactive workshop; the participants are encouraged to come prepared either with a whole course or a session they want to gamify.
I will explain how I gamified a whole 20 credit research methods in the education course, and introduce the discipline agnostic materials that can be applied to any 10 or 20 credit course or can be adapted to be used for a single session (workshop, seminar, lecture).
We will go through a peer-supported design activity with the aim for the participants to have the initial structure for a course, or a complete session (workshop, seminar, lecture, etc) prepared.
When registering for the workshop please indicate which one you are interested to gamify – a whole course or a session – so I can prepare the different peer groups.
If this is too praxis focussed, I am also happy to simply run colleagues through the process and material and answer questions.
People interested in attending this workshop are invited to register through the online form.
For questions, please contact dr. Nathalie Tasler, Lecturer in Academic and Digital Development (Nathalie.Tasler@glasgow.ac.uk).
More details about this workshop are available here.
CIVIS is a European Civic University formed by the alliance of nine leading research higher education institutions across Europe: Aix-Marseille Université, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Universitatea din București, Université libre de Bruxelles, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Sapienza Università di Roma, Stockholm University, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, University of Glasgow and Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg. It brings together a community of more than 470,000 students and 58,000 staff members including 35,000 academics and researchers.