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Tuesday, June 10 • 8:30am - 4:30pm
All Day Track: ARIS Summit [pre-registered attendees only]

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Facilitated by David Gagnon.

Local Games Lab: ABQ
Chris Holden (University of New Mexico)

Jewish Time Jump: New York
Owen Gottlieb (ConverJent)

Explorez
Bernadette Perry (University of Victoria, BC)

Play the Past
Jennifer Sly (Minnesota Historical Society)

Paris Occupé
Terri Nelson (Cal State University, San Bernardino)

ARIT: An experiment in augmented reality interactive theory
Laini Kavaloski, Jon McKenzie (University of Wisconsin - Madison)

Game A Day at the Botanical Garden
Póti Quartiero Gavillon, Cleci Maraschin, Carlos Baum, Renata Kroeff, Raquel Salcedo Gomes (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul)

Horror on the Ridges
Seann Dikkers, Rebecca Fischer (Ohio University, Gamingmatter Labs)

School Scene Investigators: The Case of the Mystery Powder
Denise Bressler (Lehigh University)

Boy Scouts Merit Badge Game Design
Susan and Erik Lynch (Boy Scouts of America)

Speakers
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Denise Bressler

Education Researcher, Stevens Institute of Technology
Denise is passionate about the potential for learning with mobile technologies. Formerly, Denise worked as an Exhibit Developer and Project Manager at Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, NJ. She developed the mobile learning initiative called Science Now, Science Everywhere. Recently, Denise received her Ph.D. in Learning Sciences and Technology from Lehigh University. Her research revolved around mobile game-based learning and mobile... Read More →
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Seann Dikkers

Education Department Chair, Bethel University
Seann Dikkers is an associate professor of Education at Bethel University. Formerly, Seann served fourteen years as a middle school teacher, high school principal, and researcher. Now he teaches, writes, and works with some amazing colleagues at Bethel. He studies exemplary teaching, learning design, and learning systems. His books include *Real-Time Research*, *Mobile Media Learning I and II*, and *TeacherCraft: Minecraft in the Classroom... Read More →
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David Gagnon

Director, Field Day Lab, University of Wisconsin - Madison
I have a sweet spot for directing small design teams to approach big challenges. I like thinking and making real world products that are inspired by all the cool stuff kids like these days. I love seeing other people find themselves by making something new. I also am a bit of a baking addict, still trying to nail the traditional sour dough baguette in a wood fired oven.
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Owen Gottlieb

Assistant Professor, Interactive Games and Media, RIT
Owen Gottlieb, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of Interactive Games and Media at RIT. He is the the founder and lead researcher at the Initiative in Religion, Culture, and Policy at the RIT Center for Media, Arts, Games, Interaction, and Creativity (MAGIC) magic.rit.edu/rcp Jewish Time Jump: NY his mobile augmented reality history game (developed at ConverJent (www.converjent.org) was nominated for Most Innovative Game by the Games for Change... Read More →
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Chris Holden

Associate Professor, University of New Mexico
Christopher Holden is an Associate Professor at the Honors College of the University of New Mexico. His PhD is in number theory, but his current research focuses on place based game design for learning. He has been doing this since 2006, originally using MIT’s Outdoor AR Engine. He was the first outside user of ARIS; in 2009 he and Julie Sykes produced and used Mentira, a murder mystery for Spanish language students at UNM. Shortly... Read More →
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Terri Nelson

Professor, Cal State, San Bernardino
I've been using gaming for foreign language teaching since before it was "cool" so it's exciting to find like-minded colleagues . My first big project, an email murder mystery, received an Honorable Mention for Outstanding Online Course Award from the Paul Allen Virtual Education Foundation in 1998. That was back in the days when I had to teach students how to use email. After half a decade working in an administrative role I'm now happily... Read More →
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Bernadette Perry

INTD PhD student , Department of Computer Science & Department of French, University of Victoria
My research focuses on the gamification of second-language acquisition (specifically FL2) through quest-based learning and augmented reality.
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Jen Sly

Manager of Digital Learning & Assessment, Minnesota Historical Society
Jennifer Sly leads the new Digital Learning and Assessment group at the Minnesota Historical Society. Other projects she has led are the Play the Past and “Reinventing the Field Trip for the 21st Century” projects.  For the past 15 years, Jennifer has worked at the intersection of technology and education in informal learning environments.  Jennifer has a B.A. from St. Olaf College in Math and Music and an M.P.A. from the... Read More →


Tuesday June 10, 2014 8:30am - 4:30pm
Red Gym: On Wisconsin A/B room

Attendees (9)