Category Archives for teaching

Collaborative Learning through Machinima

Here is a project by my students from year 4 of the BSc (Hons) in Computing and Games Development at Dundalk Institute of Technology during the Spring 2012 semester, for the Designing for Cultural Diversity elective. The class were set … Continue reading

02. August 2012 by Kieran
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‘All Your Mediums Are Belong to Us’ at the ECREA Digital Culture & Communications Workshop

More slides, these are from my talk at the European Communication Research and Education Association/ECREA Digital Culture and Communication Workshop 2011. The talk was mainly about using Booki and BurnStation in class assessment situations, but also went off on a … Continue reading

19. December 2011 by Kieran
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Burnstation and Booki, learning by doing

At DkIT I teach a module called User Theories to year 4 of the BA (Hons) in Communications and Creative Multimedia. It centers around the distributive, collaborative and communicative properties of digital media and the creative opportunities these afford. So … Continue reading

29. March 2011 by Kieran
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Alternate Gaming Interfaces at F.R.O.G. 2010

Here are the slides from my short Pecha Kucha / Froga Kucha presentation at the 4th Future and Reality of Gaming (F.R.O.G.) conference in Vienna. More about F.R.O.G. at http://bupp.at/frog. Alternate Gaming Interfaces, Kieran Nolan, F.R.O.G. 2010 View more presentations … Continue reading

28. September 2010 by Kieran
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