Research in Digital Media & Learning
"Research in Digital Media & Learning" gives students the opportunity to work as individuals or part of interdisciplinary teams to enact research that focuses on the intersection between digital media and learning. This CI is interest-driven, meaning that students should come with their own ideas about what they would like to investigate. Faculty will assist students in developing and enacting their research plan. Ideal candidates would be from any field, as long as their interests involve digital media and learning in some way. Students will also be encouraged to present their work at a research conference.
|Boyer, D. M. & Smith, J.E. (2016). Using course opportunities for learning game design. On the Horizon, 24 (1). http:// dx.doi.org/10.1108/OTH-08-2015-0039|
|*Roman, J., *Vargas, P., Boyer, D. M., Qian, M. (2014). ICLEP: Interactive Cases for Learning Educational Psychology. Paper to be presented at the Advances in Educational Psychology Conference. Fairfax, VA.|
|Audio Mixer||CI585 member researched, designed, and built an audio mixer using circuitry and the 3D printer.|
|Multimedia Tutorial: FL Studio||CI585 member created a multimedia tutorial to support low-barrier-to-entry learning of FL Studio audio production software.|
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