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Discover eLearning is privileged to be working with Oxford Martin School at the University of Oxford in producing a number of new digital educational products.

A mobile tablet game and brand new website are currently under development as part of a physical and digital exhibition to celebrate the advancements in science and research in irradiating the disease known as Typhoid.

Alice in Typhoidland‘ is the creation of both Dr. Samantha Vanderslott and Dr. Claas Kirchhelle from the University of Oxford. Using a host of animated characters that have been developed for the exhibition, who help tell the story of the history of Typhoid prevention in the city of Oxford, Discover eLearning has been commissioned to produce a learning game for tablet devices which will engage young audiences in the subject matter of a physical exhibition to be held at The Weston Library, Museum of Oxford and The History of Science Museum in Oxford, and the CDC Museum in Atlanta, Georgia.

The new website for ‘Alice in Typhoidland’ is expected to launch later next month.

Chris Hodgson

Chris Hodgson is an award-winning Digital learning Solutions Developer and Director of Discover eLearning Ltd. He supports organisations of all sizes to implement engaging, meaningful, and impactful eLearning solutions. Chris has 15 years’ experience working in both private and public sector learning and development.

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