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Set in the years of the Peloponnesian war the eleventh instalment of the game series Assassin’s Creed transfers the player to the world of Classics. The game developers make claims of accuracy in the detail of representation. We will test such claims (and have fun) together with the main character, Misthios, who is making her way to classical Athens and discusses with Socrates while trying to bring together her fractured family and stop an ancient and much dangerous cult.
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This workshop is an opportunity for students to learn some basic British Sign Language communication, deafness awareness and culture. It is also an opportunity for participants to explore and understand different methods of communication in practice.
*Please note that this event takes place over two days. You should book in for both dates.*
Troubled by 'fake news'? Interested in improving research skills for work or school? Do you want to hold the powerful accountable?
The artistic collective TheAlbero, through the work of ImaginAction artists Ilaria Olimpico and Uri Noy Meir, is engaged in weaving theater, group facilitation and co-learning experiences to explore the edges of the global identity crisis *the migratory flows*, and the natural ecosystems crisis *climate change* through a process of community participation and empowerment. The proposed workshop is made of 3 parts: in the first part we explore the topic of global citizenship and climate change through using our bodies, images and stories.
Work together as we guide you through the steps to create your very own Story Adventure Game on the web with the Twine tool.
You don't need to write any code to create an adventure story with Twine, but you can improve your stories with variables, conditional logic, images, gifs, sound effects, and video shorts, for a multimedia experience.
Discover how you can use openly licensed images and materials from the University of Edinburgh museum, library, archives, and Media Hopper’s Open Media Bank for your own creative endeavours.
The proliferation of bots within numerous platforms (e.g. Twitter, Facebook Messenger, web, SMS) is prominent in the commercial sector (e.g. ASOS customer support, Twitter bot, Skyscanner, Facebook Messenger bot), though we have seen limited usage of bots within education (for both teaching and administrative tasks). This may be due to technological or ethical concerns, however the software has evolved to be more accessible allowing users not familiar or comfortable within coding to design and build their own bots (via GUI) which can be utilised across numerous platforms.
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be multilingual? Have you ever wondered what happens in the bilingual brain? Join us to get a glimpse of how these questions were explored by Edinburgh based artists, schools and communities during the first Edinburgh Multilingual Stories Festival in December 2018. You will meet the festival organisers (Bilingualism Matters, Theatre Sans Accents, Polish Cultural Festival Association), engage in hands-on activities and experience a bilingual-inspired performance.
This event aims to enhance the audience’s understanding of ethical issues that arise in the medical context through a fun and interactive workshop that will use popular television medical dramas and role-play to tease out and discuss the issues. By the end of the workshop, the audience members will become better familiarised with the key concepts and frameworks in the medico-legal field, such as consent, autonomy, and paternalism, as well as being able to recognise the key cases in these areas in the UK.