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Friday, June 13 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
You've finished your game-based dissertation - now what?

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Are you finishing up your dissertation and thinking about going on the market?  Are you wondering where to go in the next phase of your career?  Come chat with David Simkins, Cynthia D'Angelo, Debbie Fields, Trent Hergenrader about the various different directions you can go, and get advice from recent graduates who have a wide variety of experiences in the field!

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Deborah Fields

Independent Research Consultant & Temporary Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences, Utah State University
Dr. Deborah A. Fields is a Temporary Assistant Professor in Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences at Utah State University and an independent research consultant. Deborah researches children’s connective learning and identity engagement through designing with digital technologies in ways that bridge informal and formal learning contexts. She is the co-PI on the Kids' DIY Media Project (kidsdiymedia.com) aimed at identifying and... Read More →
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Trent Hergenrader

Rochester, NY, United States, Rochester Institute of Technology
My primary area of research is using games and gaming in English courses, and more specifically using role-playing games to teach fiction writing. I am an Assistant Professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
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David Simkins

Assistant Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology
David is fascinated by the potential of games, particularly role playing as a tool for facilitating and encouraging learning. He is also fascinated by the constraints and affordances of different games as tools for learning. Fortunately, he is ale to study games, write about games, teach about games, and make games for non-commercial purposes without starving. He is an assistant professor at RIT's School of Interactive Games and Media, and a... Read More →

Friday June 13, 2014 12:00pm - 1:00pm

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