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Chioma Udeozor

Newcastle University
Research Associate and Doctoral candidate
Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom
Chioma Udeozor is a Marie-Curie research fellow based at Newcastle University, UK. Her research project is focused on assessments in immersive learning technologies. Her focus is specifically on the use of digital games, virtual realities and augmented realities for engineering education. She studies students' perceptions of digital games for engineering education, their gameplay performance, behavioural patterns in game-based learning environments as well as the effectiveness of digital games for engineering education. Additionally, she looks at the decision-making strategies of students in learning games as well as feedback use/preferences of engineering students. She collaborates with educators at Imperial College, London and KU Leuven, Belgium in her research.
In this conference, she will be presenting an empirical study that looked at the relationship between the perceptions and gameplay experiences of students and their performance in a serious game. She also discusses the implications of the findings for research and implementation.

My Presenters Sessions

Wednesday, May 19
 

8:00am EDT