The paper “Inclusive gaming creation by design in formal learning environments: ‘girly-girls’ user group in No One Left Behind” was presented by the No One Left Behind partners, in the context of “Women in DUXU” track, at the 17th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII 2015). The overall aim of the presentation is to discuss key challenges faced in the European education sector, and how the project tackles these challenges by unlocking inclusive gaming creation and experiences in formal learning situations, underpinning meaningful learning and supporting children to realise their full potential
The 17th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII 2015) was held on 2-7 August in Los Angeles, CA, USA, covering the following thematic areas: “Human-Computer Interaction” and “Human Interface and the Management of Information”.
HCII 2015 was attended by approximately 4.843 individuals from academia, research institutes, industry and governmental agencies from 73 countries attend to the conference. Participants were able to attend to speakers’ conferences, tutorial sessions, over 250 parallel sessions as well as exhibition stands from well know industry players.
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