Matthew Barr joins the show to discuss his paper on how video games can help develop educational skills like communication, adaptability, and resourcefulness.
Matthew Barr is a lecturer in the School of Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute at the University of Glasgow. He’s also the author of a recently published paper exploring the effect of video games on educational skills.
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