Thursday, April 23, 2015

Leah Brownstein at 2015 Arts & Sciences Exposition

As noted elsewhere on this blog, Leah Brownstein has been working on an independent study on Game Design, Gamification, and History with Phillip Payne and Dennis Frank. Thursday Leah presented her work at the The Arts and Sciences Student Research and Creative Endeavors Exposition. The independent study gave Leah the unique opportunity to help us plan our game design assignment for History 206: Introduction to Public History offered next fall. Games and gamification is exploding in education so we're looking forward to using it the public history class. Leah's insight as a graduating history major proved extremely valuable in the planning process.

Leah at Expo

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