31 Mar 202310:00-16:30Faculty of History, Cambridge

Description

Teaching/Gaming the Industrial Revolution is an all-day workshop for secondary-school teachers, organised in the Faculty of History as part of a research project called Gaming the Industrial Revolution, led by Dr Alexis Litvine (Cambridge) and Dr Juan Hiriart (Salford). The project blog can be found here where a prototype of the game can be downloaded. The workshop will focus on current research in the field, practical demonstration of the video game and discussion surrounding the use of gaming as a teaching tool. Lunch is included.


Bursaries

The event is free to attend and there are 15 bursaries of £200 per school to cover expenses, open to state schools outside of Cambridgeshire. Applications for the bursaries close on 3rd March 2023.


Further information and booking

Further information can be found on the Faculty of History website: Faculty of History Outreach and Engagement | Faculty of History University of Cambridge

Use the following link to the booking form: https://cambridge.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1TgYpURWcH7VYJo

Alternatively you can contact Lucy Astill, Schools Liaison Coordinator, at la498@cam.ac.uk

Cambridge Digital Humanities

Tel: +44 1223 766886
Email enquiries@crassh.cam.ac.uk