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Presentation
Developer-Researcher Collaborations: Developing and Evaluating Education Technology Learning Products
2015 IES Project Directors Meeting
  • David Langendoen
  • Pamela J. Mims, East Tennessee State University
  • Brook Morrill
  • Steve Schneider
  • Carol Stanger
  • William Tally
  • Grace Wardhana
Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
12-10-2015
Description
During this session, three education game developers funded by the ED/IES Small Business Innovation Research (ED/IES SBIR) program to create commercially viable learning games will discuss why and how they have partnered with outside education researchers to build capacity for their project. The session will feature short video demonstrations of the education technology games that are being developed and brief presentations on the iterative research that are being conducted to inform refinements to the technology and the pilot studies that are being performed to evaluate the promise of the games to increase student learning. The discussion will center on the benefits and challenges related to game developer-researcher collaborations.
Location
Washington, DC
Citation Information
David Langendoen, Pamela J. Mims, Brook Morrill, Steve Schneider, et al.. "Developer-Researcher Collaborations: Developing and Evaluating Education Technology Learning Products" 2015 IES Project Directors Meeting (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/pamela-mims/21/