INGAME Transnational Partner Meeting in Salamanca, Spain
How can a game promote civic participation and social inclusion? Partners from nine organizations (academic, research, and non-governmental institutions) and eight EU countries met on the 18th and 19th November in a hybrid meeting at the University of Salamanca, the lead partner of the INGAME consortium, to work on the development of this EU funded Erasmus+ Project, for which Anatolia College is a partner.
As the meeting was blended (face-to-face and online) and Dr. Maria Kyriakidou, Chair of the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences at ACT, was in Salamanca while Dr. Maria Patsarika, the other ACT researcher on the project, was present online. Partners during this two-day meeting presented all the work packages of the project and in particular the educational design and narrative of the game levels as well as the digital play environment and coding, the capacity building training and pilot testing plans, quality assurance, and dissemination progress. The consortium planned the next activities and follow-up events.
To find out more, please follow the project’s website https://ingame.erasmus.site/