University of Salford use Piing Gameshow to engage lockdown students

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A conversation with The University of Salford's course leader Lyndon Saunders led to a question: with students isolating across the country, could Piing's interactive gameshow be used to bring students together to feel part of a team?
Lyndon pulled together a crack team of students from his course including Tobias Peever, Miles Taylor, Matthew Robinson and Charlie Rumney. Exec Produced by Ben Warburton, the team created a new live show for their peers every week within lockdown restrictions.
The clip above pulls out some of their highlights over the 10 week series, demonstrating the talent within Salford, and how student-led content can be used to engage the wider audience across campus.