Join us for an exploration of how technology can contribute to lifelong wellbeing and get hands-on experience in game creation. This is a drop in event at the below locations.
Delve into the innovative world of interactive digital games and experiences and their positive impact on lifelong wellbeing. Combining the power of technology with the latest science of wellbeing, attendees will gain insights into how serious games can contribute to personal growth and enrich lives.
Dr Daniel Finnegan (BSc, EngD, FHEA), Senior Lecturer at Cardiff University
Jana Jhaveri, Student at School of Computer Science and Informatics at Cardiff University
Open to everyone. It welcomes the general public, school students of all ages, educators, professionals, and researchers interested in the intersection of technology and wellbeing. The event's interactive workshops are tailored for school students, offering, while discussions and demonstrations cater to a broader audience curious about the potential of serious games for personal growth and education.
School students interested in game design and technology, educators seeking innovative teaching methods, professionals in technology, education, and wellbeing sectors, researchers exploring the intersection of technology and wellbeing, and individuals curious about the potential of serious games for enhancing lifelong wellbeing.
26 october - SPARK, Cardiff University 2:30-6pm
27 October – Taliesin Arts Centre, swansea 9.30am-3.30pm
8 November – Pontio, Bangor. 9am - 3pm