Q-Tales Technology Design and Development

Friday, 4 March 2016

Standing: Alexandros Papadopoulos, Q-Tales developer
Front (L-R): Dr Tony Hall, School of Education, NUI Galway; Theodoros Doukoulos, Q-Tales developer, and Nikos Papastamatiou, Q-Tales project coordinator.
Standing: Alexandros Papadopoulos, Q-Tales developer Front (L-R): Dr Tony Hall, School of Education, NUI Galway; Theodoros Doukoulos, Q-Tales developer, and Nikos Papastamatiou, Q-Tales project coordinator.

Dr Tony Hall, Educational Technology Lecturer, School of Education, NUI Galway visits Omega Technology (http://www.omegatechnology.gr ) in Athens.

The focus of the work over the past week has been to take the Q-Tales pedagogical design framework and related design schema, developed at NUI Galway by Drs Michael Hogan, Bonnie Long, John Breslin and Tony Hall, and using a gamified design approach, create prototype literacy mini-games for the Q-Tales educational ebook platform. The primary development environment for the technology is C# in Unity 3D, led by Theodoros Doukoulos.

Keywords: Education.

Author: Jim Lenaghan @edtechne, NUI Galway
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