8:00PM - 9:30PM
A recent study trial has found that playing two hours of video games a week can make you more employable. The study, conducted by Matt Barr, a Glasgow University lecturer, suggests that modern video games reward critical thinking and problem solving, qualities that are sought in university graduates. Some of the games involved in the study were Borderlands 2, Minecraft, Portal 2, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, and Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos.
Join us on the 24th October, 8.00 pm to meet Michelle, Founder of Fundeavour who hails all the way from the University of Oxford to learn more about the desirable attributes gaming develops in an individual that places them at an advantage while being at a job.
This webinar will be available through a live telecast and a physical meet. Join us at our office as an audience to get the opportunity to meet Michelle in person.
Tickets are priced at:
a. Live Telecast Online - FREE
Unique url link to be sent 8 hours before the telecast
b. Audience at FutureLab office - RM 30.00
Please be at the event space by 7:40 pm. Refreshments to be provided
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