A Creative Contender: Duquesne Ebook Named a Top 10 Project by CREATE Pittsburgh
A free mobile app created by Duquesne neuroscientist Dr. John Pollock has been nominated as a Top 10 Education and Gaming project of the year as part of the CREATE Pittsburgh Festival.
CITYHACKS: In Search of Sleep prompts readers to make choices that impact the outcome of the story focused on sleep in this ebook created and produced by Pollock, professor of biological sciences.
The app already has received a Parents' Choice Recommended Award for Spring 2016.
The award winner will be announced on Thursday, June 9.
Learn more about Pollock's organization, The Partnership in Education based at Duquesne, and its resources for families and educators online.
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