4.19 End of course summary
From Matty Phillips
Congratulations, you have reached the end of the week, and of the course. We hope you enjoyed taking part as much as we did creating it.
In this final video, Fiona says goodbye and reflects on the subjects we have explored together. She leaves us with some final words on the importance of teaching digital literacies and briefly discusses the opportunities for further learning with us.
You can stay in touch with the School of Education on our Twitter page or with the University of Sheffield here. If you enjoyed the course then we would appreciate a review as this helps others find and take part in it.
We would like to thank our colleagues at the University of Sheffield: Dr Fiona Scott, Dr Becky Parry, Dr Yinka Olusoga, Dr Aneesh Barai, Dr Sabine Little, Dr Alison Buxton, Professor Katherine Runswick-Cole, Dr Jessica Bradley, Dr Catherine Bannister, Dr Ryan Bramley, Alex Hetherington, Josiah Lenton and Ben Rhodes.
At the National Videogame Museum we would like to pay our thanks to John O’Shea, Claire Mead, Rick Gibson and especially Leah Dungay for her time, patience and knowledge.
We would also like to thank our guest collaborators for generously giving us their time and expertise: Dr Chris Bailey, Rob Unwin, Greg Lobanov, Rebekah and Adam Saltsman and the team at Finji, Parinita Shetti, Russell Steadman, Christopher Edge, Emma Cooper, Irene Picton, Rob Funnell, Eva Kioseoglou, Ntokozo Tshuma, Karl Swales, George Allan, Jake Habgood, Sophie Deen, and our child reporters Alexander, Ava and Sid.
Finally, we would like the thank the University of Sheffield’s Digital Learning Team for their support; Chris Black, Dave Holloway, Jon Moses and Matthew Phillips. You can see other FutureLearn courses from the Sheffield team here.
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