Goodbye gambaloa

This week marks the end of the Game Based Learning for Older Adults (gambaloa) partnership project, which has run over the last two years.

Personally, it’s been one of the most satisfying projects I’ve ever been involved in, providing space for European partners to meet, get to know one another, learn about our different cultures, and build trust. There was also some sampling of national beverages involved.

The question is now, however, how do we take this forward? How do we ensure that this growing network of people interested in the use of games for learning with older adults continues to talk and grow? At the moment, we’re hoping that the blog will be the focus of activity, and that the briefing papers on different facets of our research will provide an accessible introduction for anyone interested in the area. Longer term, we’re looking at new projects, new funding, and perhaps creating some sort of more formal network. If you’re interested, please get in touch (either through the gambaloa blog or with me directly).

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