Concurrent Sessions

Wednesday, March 28 | 2:10PM–3:45PM | Innovation Hall A, Innovation Hall B, Nortel Workshop Room AB, BB&T Multimedia Classroom, Collaboratory
Session Type: Professional Development

Each session will run twice for 45 minutes each time; participants will select a session to attend for the first 45 minutes and then rotate to another session of their choice for the second 45 minutes.

-The Impact of Computer-Simulated Haptic Force Feedback on Learning (Innovation Hall B) - Gary R. Bertoline and Enkhtuvshin Dorjgotov
- Immersive Learning Environments in the GeoWall (Nortel Workshop Room AB) - Michael M. Kelly
- Remote Labs (Collaboratory) - Phillip D. Long
- ECON201: An Online Game for College Credit (Innovation Hall A) - Jeffrey K. Sarbaum
- Immersion and Engagement in a Virtual Classroom: Using Second Life for Higher Education (BB&T Multimedia Classroom) - Sarah Smith Robbins


  • Gary Bertoline

    Distinguished Professor of Computer Graphics and Assistant Dean, Purdue University
  • Michael Kelly

    Adjunct Faculty School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability, Northern Arizona University
  • Phil Long

    Senior Scholar - CNDLS, Georgetown University
  • Jeffrey Sarbaum

  • Sarah Smith-Robbins

    Director, Emerging Technologies, Indiana University Bloomington

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