The Graduation Game (TGG) is an academic exploration game designed in ARIS. This game has been utilized for two years as an orientation tool for psychology undergraduate students. This game allows students to explore the courses they will take during the first year of their bachelor’s degree situated on the Utah State University Campus. TGG will be published in the Handbook of Mobile Teaching and Learning.
Apoorva Chauhan, a PhD candidate in Computer Science (CS) at Utah State University (USU), determines how social media can be used to improve communications during crisis events. Her research has resulted in five conference papers (one at the top conference in Human-Computer Interaction), four posters, and two best student paper nominations.
Breanne K. Litts is an Assistant Professor in Instructional Technologies and Learning Sciences and director of Learn Explore Design Lab at Utah State University. She investigates how people learn by and collaborate through making, designing, and producing and develops technologies and learning environments to support these interdisciplinary activities.