Judy Perry

 

 


 

Judy oversees the design, development and research for projects involving games and simulations for mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets. Her research interests include location-based games and ubiquitous ‘casual’ games. Judy also leads professional development workshops for educators who want to implement location-based and other games in both formal and informal educational settings. Judy also enjoys collaborating with other institutions (including zoos, nature centers, science museums and living history museums) to develop experimental mobile learning offerings.

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Feb 23rd 2017

This project-based course explores educational technologies and the theories underlying their development through interviews with experts in the field. To be effective, educational technologies must be designed based on what we know about how people learn. Through interviews with experts in the field, this course explores educational technologies, outlines the theories that influence their development, and examines their use.

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Jan 27th 2016

This project-based course explores educational technologies and the theories underlying their development through interviews with experts in the field.

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