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Into the Twilight Zone: Innovations for Education, Virtual Worlds and Emerging Media

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Title:Into the Twilight Zone: Innovations for Education, Virtual Worlds and Emerging Media
Authors:Calongne, Cynthia
Archiquette, Shane
Bisson, Leonard, Jr.
Bradshaw, Quiana
Derby, Paul
show 6 moreKeeling, Ricky
Martinez, Josue
Lavieri, Edward
McGinnes, Erven
Shaffer, Mark
Tomaso, Paul
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Author Affiliation:Cynthia M. Calongne - Colorado Technical University
Shane C. Archiquette - Colorado Technical University
Leonard T. Bisson, Jr. - Colorado Technical University
Quiana Bradshaw - Colorado Technical University
Paul Derby - Colorado Technical University
show 6 moreRicky L. Keeling - Colorado Technical University
Josue E. Martinez - Colorado Technical University
Edward D Lavieri Jr. - Colorado Technical University
Erven F. McGinnes III - Colorado Technical University
Mark Shaffer - Colorado Technical University
Paul Tomaso - Colorado Technical University
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Date Issued:2011
Abstract:Constructivist learning activities offer excellent opportunities for students to dream and create the future. In a creativity exercise, an emerging media class used online collaborative tools to share their visions of the future, and explored what it would take to realize their dreams. The featured topics span augmented reality, innovations in Web technology, game-based educational simulations, artificial intelligence in knowledge management, research in holographic displays, and the requirements for a Virtual World Education Grid.
Pages/Duration:14 pages
Rights:Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
Appears in Collections: TCC 2011 Proceedings

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