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An overview of the work of the Emergent Media Center at Champlain College and the success of its students.

An overview of the work of the Emergent Media Center at Champlain College and the success of its students.

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  • 1. Ann DeMarleDirector Emergent Media Center,Champlain Collegeemail: demarle@champlain.edutwitter: @anndemarle
  • 2. A studio-based academic center whose mission is to educate andinspire next generation media creators and leaders by addressingand creating solutions to the “wicked problems” facing ourcollective future.Through a collaborative, exploratory design cycle, the EMCtransforms education, processes, and media while enlighteningour college community, our partners, our global communities,and ourselves.
  • 3. Process
  • 4. • Brainstorming
  • 5. • Prototyping & Proposal
  • 6. • Iterative Design
  • 7. • Production
  • 8. • User Testing
  • 9. • Refinement
  • 10. • Release
  • 11. Conceptualization &Prototyping
  • 12. Demonstrations:• Center for Integration of Medical & Innovative Technology• Digital Now,• Kingbridge Summit
  • 13. Brainstorming:• Archer Mayor• Echo Lake Center• Money Magazine• Rice for Life• Xerox
  • 14. Prototyping Jams:• Learning 2007-2010• Meeting Professional International
  • 15. MPI and Masie Learning Summits:Game Simulations
  • 16. Masie Learning Summits:Learning Apps
  • 17. Development &Release
  • 18. City of Burlington,VT:Sketch-up/Google Earth
  • 19. State ofVermont:Virtual Archeology Museum
  • 20. ViewBoost Tourism App
  • 21. Center for Integration of Medical & Innovative Technology:Emergency Response Simulator
  • 22. IBM:Game Tomorrow
  • 23. IBM:Open Sims Business Solutions
  • 24. Planned Parenthood: Mobile Patient Intake Form
  • 25. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Innovation Grant:University ofVermontCystic Fibrosis Breath Biofeedback Games
  • 26. Ford Foundation:Rural Economic Equity Game
  • 27. “It has shown me that it is not about how good your soccer skills are. It isabout attitude, teamwork and determination.What you do when you arenot on the pitch is important as well.”—Foluso, age 13, EnglandUnited Nations
  • 28. Top 20 Countries:USUKCanadaAmerican SamoaAlbania & India (tied)AlgeriaBrazilAustralia, France & Pakistan (tied)MalaysiaSpainPhilippinesMorocco & South Africa (tied)IranJapanMexicoIndonesia
  • 29. Challenges: a World Audience•Technology—delivery system•Universal story—theme•Setting—could this be every boy’s home turf?•Ethnicity — stereotypes•Clothing — religion—cool factor•No romantic or sexual implications•Portrayal of girls•No portrayal of violent actions•Language & localization•No PR partner•Funding gaps
  • 30. What’s Next?
  • 31. The Emergent Media Horizon1. Visualization will help solve challenges of bigdata,2. Mobile computing will meet the cloud,3. The need will grow for next-gen mobilecomputing,4. The Internet of Things will change howconsumers and enterprises use technology,5. Public interactive displays will become morecommon,6. New multimedia applications will emerge for 3Dprinting,7. Haptics will become more useful for rehabilitation.http://www.computer.org/portal/web/pressroom/IEEE-Computer-Society-Announces-13-Technology-Trends-for-2013
  • 32. Examples of StudentContent
  • 33. Coby Brownell, mobile virtual history
  • 34. Tara Gordon, Interactive childrens’ books
  • 35. Jacob Neville, physical computing meets interactivity
  • 36. Game Studio at Champlain College
  • 37. Ann DeMarleDirector Emergent Media Center,Champlain Collegeemail: demarle@champlain.edutwitter: @anndemarle