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ERIC Number: ED505114
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2007
Pages: 132
Abstractor: ERIC
ISBN: ISBN-0-9765-0875-3
Sparking Innovative Learning & Creativity. 2007 NMC Summer Conference Proceedings (Indianapolis, IN, Jun 6-9, 2007)
Smith, Rachel S., Ed.
New Media Consortium
The conference proceedings include the following papers: (1) The Arts Metaverse in Open Croquet: Exploring an Open Source 3-D Online Digital World (Ulrich Rauch and Tim Wang); (2) Beyond World of Warcraft: the Universe of MMOGs (Ruben R. Puentedura); (3) ClevelandPlus in Second Life (Wendy Shapiro, Lev Gonick, and Sue Shick); (4) Folksemantic: Web 2.0 Tools for Teaching and Learning (Shelley Henson Johnson, Justin Ball, and David Wiley); (5) I Taught It, Bought It at the Game Store: Repurposing Commercial Games for Education (Ruben R. Puentedura); (6) Multi-threaded Interactive Storytelling for Literary Journalism (Kim Pearson and Ursula Wolz); (7) Out of the Cave or Further In? The Realities of Second Life (Gregory Reihman); (8) Pleasure, Play, Participation and Promise: Socio-emotional Dimensions of Digital Culture Which Are Transforming the Shape of New Media Literacies (Angela Thomas); (9) Searching for an Ideal Live Video Streaming Technology (Edgar Huang, Jason Sisk, Todd Kirk, Geoffrey Coryell, Jennifer Stewart, and Clifford Marsiglio); (10) Selling through Storytelling: The Tale of New Media Advertising in Consumer Culture (Phylis Johnson); (11) Stereoscopic Visualization of Scientific and Medical Education (Albert William); (12) Student Video Projects: Supporting the Beginning, the Middle, and the End (Susan Simon and Robert Barry); (13) Supporting Authors of Digital Case Stories to Engage Faculty with Innovative Teaching Practices (Lou Zweier and Tom Carey); (14) Teaching Field Research in a Virtual World (Ed Lamoureux); (15) A View from Second Life's Trenches: Are You a Pioneer or a Settler? (Cynthia Calongne); and (16) The Yale Galapagos Project (David Hirsch, Chris Amelung, and Paul Lawrence.)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: New Media Consortium