Elaine M. Raybourn, Ph.D. is a Principal Member of the Technical Staff in Cognitive Science at Sandia National Laboratories and has designed computer games for cultural dynamics. A member of...
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Combat Medic is an engaging and immersive application with the goal of instructing combat medics on optimal treatment techniques of the top three causes of preventable death on the modern...
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K. Denise Threlfall, Ph.D. brings more than twenty-seven years of experience in adult education and training to the Serious Games Showcase & Challenge IPT Committee. Her extensive expertise in education...
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With 19 Serious Games to highlight prior to I/ITSEC, we’ll start by kicking off the 2014 Serious Games Showcase & Challenge list with A.C.T., Awareness Combats Trafficking.   A.C. T. was...
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Back when video game arcades were the rage and the concept of the home console was just getting started, Steve Slosser was big into gaming. That is, before his academic...
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Matt Spruill has been an active member of the Serious Games Showcase and Challenge since 2006, both in government and industry roles.  He served as the IPT lead in 2010,...
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Serious Games Showcase & Challenge, the premiere venue for recognition of excellence in the field of Serious Games development, announced its 2014 finalists, narrowing down the field of submissions to...
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Jennifer McNamara’s broad background combining research and application in cognitive psychology, adult education and advanced training systems design and development, gave her the perfect foundation to build a lifetime career...
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By Dolly Rairigh Glass Serious Games.  What are they and who uses them?  The definition of Serious Games: any games that are designed for a specific purpose other than pure...
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Dr. Peter Smith is an assistant professor in the School of Visual Art and Design at the University of Central Florida, with more than 10 years of experience working in...
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