Recreating medieval towns – an example of why Minecraft is a great learning tool

Joel Mills, University of Hull I recently told a room full of academics interested in using videogames as a teaching tool that “to play is the biggest freedom we can have as a child, or as an adult”. The popular Continue reading Recreating medieval towns – an example of why Minecraft is a great learning tool

Virtual archaeology: how we achieved the first long-distance reconstruction of a cultural artefact

Sandra Woolley, Keele University; Erlend Gehlken, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main; Eugene Ch’ng, University of Nottingham, and Tim Collins, Manchester Metropolitan University The epic of Atrahasis is one of the most significant pieces of ancient Babylonian literature. It describes a Continue reading Virtual archaeology: how we achieved the first long-distance reconstruction of a cultural artefact