Children’s Learning in Digital Games: the Theory and the Practice

On June 22nd, the iRead project in collaboration with Learnus held a webinar with teacher practitioners and researchers coming together to discuss learning through games, the theory and practice. During the event, we heard thoughts and ideas from researchers Dr Mina Vasalou and Dr Laura Benton from UCL, and a number of UK-based teacher participants … Continue reading Children’s Learning in Digital Games: the Theory and the Practice

AI in (and for) Games

iRead researchers Kostas Karpouzis and George Tsatiris from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) have recently published their work "AI in (and for) Games" around the uses of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in games and how we can capitalise on these technological innovations to generate proper and interesting content for language … Continue reading AI in (and for) Games