Monthly Archives: March 2011

Congratulations & Conference Announcements

Filament Games of Madison, WI made a great showing at the National STEM Video Game Challenge this week. Their game, You Make Me Sick!, won the developer grand prize. The game teaches children about infection by having them design a … Continue reading

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Beyond Entertainment: Using Game Technology in Surgery

An article was posted last week in the Winnipeg Free Press and reposted at Gamasutra later that day about Microsoft’s Kinect platform being used to assist in surgery at the Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto. The Kinect is being used to … Continue reading

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Book Chapter Published in Teaching and Learning in 3D Immersive Worlds: Pedagogical Models and Constructivist Approaches

We are happy to announce the a book chapter titled Contemporary Theory for Immersive Worlds: Addressing Diversity, Culture and Engagement by Eric B. Bauman and I. Alex Games has been published in the text Teaching and Learning in 3D Immersive … Continue reading

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GLS 7.0 Submission Deadline Extended to March 14

The Games+Learning+Society Conference, which we previously announced is taking place in Madison, WI on June 15-17, has extended its session abstract submission deadline to March 14, which is next Monday. GLS is in its 7th year and although it remains … Continue reading

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E-Learning in Nursing: Design, Innovation, Delivery and Evaluation

Eric B. Bauman and collaborator David Simkins will be presenting at the E-Learning in Nursing: Design, Innovation, Delivery and Evaluation conference sponsored by the the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Professional Program in Nursing on April 7-8, 2011. Bauman and Simkins … Continue reading

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Virtual Learning in Human Ecology talk by Gerald Stapleton Philip Bertulfo

Gerald Stapleton and Philip Bertulfo from the Department of Medical Education at the University of Illinois – Chicago gave a great talk at the School of Human Ecology on the University of Wisconsin – Madison Campus on March 2, 2011.  … Continue reading

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2011 HPSH Presentation: Simulation-Based Resuscitation – Team Leadership now available on Slideshare.net

I wanted to take another moment to thank those of you who attended our presentation at the METI HPSN 2011 Conference last week in Tampa, FL.  Our presentation titled: Simulation-Based Resuscitation – Team Leadership is now available on slideshare.net Please … Continue reading

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