Dr. Mike “DoctorMike” Reddy has studied and worked at several universities, including Durham, Leeds, Manchester and Glamorgan, and the University of Wales, Newport, which recently merged with Glamorgan University to become the University of South Wales. He claims to be “an awful academic, far more interested in the playing and the doing of life than the writing and reviewing” and perhaps for that reason has been instrumental in raising debate over 21st century pedagogy and teaching practices in the UK, reprioritising learning and reminding us that education is something you do for/with students, not at them. After a busy period working on the World’s first Foundation Degree for getting Artists to program, while running the EU funded CalDys2 project aimed at creating computer games to aid children with dyslexia learn English as a second language, with 10 EU partners – Lots of travel, lots of work, no time – he enjoyed some quiet time, before considering his next big project. This will be developing a VR App to enhance the teaching of road safety, funded by the Road Safety Trust (RST). Mike is also a Story Teller, Writer and Broadcaster, and all round Pedagogist, interested in Games, Plagiarism, Social Effects of Technology, oh and Plagiarism.