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Friday, July 10 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Interactive Life Sized 3D Digital Modeling & Simulation: A Case Study in Anatomy and Physiology Education

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Interactive Life Sized 3D Digital Modeling & Simulation: A Case Study in Anatomy and Physiology Education
Eric Bauman, Charles Hutchison, Reid Adams, Carmen Fuentealba, David Pederson, Greg Gilbert, Brian Pelletier, Greg Vaughan, Kurt Squire

3D digital simulation and related educational technology represent a relatively new phenomenon in clinical and STEM education. When such technology is leveraged to prepare students for clinical and science related encounters, it should map back to the curriculum and strive to solve challenges associated with traditional didactic instructional techniques (Bauman & Ralston-Berg, 2014). The AnatomyTable provides an interactive large format 3D touchscreen experience to reinforce anatomy and physiology objectives for veterinary medicine students. This workshop will provide a hands on interactive experience for attendees followed by a presenter facilitated discussion about how this type of technology might be used to engage students throughout the health sciences and STEM curricula.

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Reid Adams

Director of Simulation Ops., DeVry Medical International's Institute for Research and Clinical Strategy
Reid Adams is Associate Director for the DeVry, Inc. Center for Excellence in Simulation Education and The Simulation Operations Specialist at the St. Joseph Mercy Oakland – Clinical Simulation Education Research Center. He has worked extensively in simulation with multiple healthcare disciplines at various levels of training, ranging from under graduate to practicing clinician. Reid’s previously work at the Ross University School of Medicine... Read More →
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Eric Bauman

Asst. Dean for Educational Technology and Game-Based Learning, DeVry Medical International Inst. for Research & Clinical Strategy
Dr. Eric B. Bauman received his PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction in 2007. Eric was one of the early Games+Learning+Society (GLS) students and was advised by Professors Betty Hayes and Kurt Squire, both renowned scholars in the game-based learning movement. Dr. Bauman is also a registered nurse, firefighter and paramedic with more than 20 years of clinical, research... Read More →
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Brian Pelletier

Creative Director & Head of Development, Games Learning Society Center & Learning Games Network
I'm a professional artist and appreciate the comic book art form for storytelling. I have been developing video games for 21 years. I love creating story through art and games provided me the opportunity to bring artwork to life in an interactive story. After developing and shipping 16 AAA retail games that my kids could not play I became passionate about creating games for them that would be fun and meaningful. I'm able to follow that passion... Read More →
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Greg Vaughan

Lead Software Engineer, Learning Games Network


Friday July 10, 2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm
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