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Peter Shea, Mish McIntyre & Michelle Barthelemy: DIY Tools: What We are Using in Higher Education

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Peter Shea, Director of Professional Development, Middlesex Community College
Mish Mcintyre, Instructional Designer, University of Massachusetts Boston
Michelle Barthelemy, Instructional Design Coordinator, Greenfield Community College

This presentation was given at the 2016 Serious Play Conference, hosted by the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School.

In this presentation, two higher education instructional designers demonstrates some of the tools they use to create games/sims with open educational resources.

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Peter Shea, Mish McIntyre & Michelle Barthelemy: DIY Tools: What We are Using in Higher Education

  1. 1. Jim Groom, Instructional Technologist, University of Mary Washington Coined term “Edupunk”
  2. 2. DIY We Use PowerPoint Minecraft BranchTrack Muzzy Lane Author Scratch Twine Adobe Captivate GameMaker WordPress
  3. 3. PowerPoint
  4. 4. • All Hail The Spider God: https://xalaviermakeswords.itch.io/allhailthespidergod [Very basic, just text] • The Temple of the No: https://crowscrowscrows.itch.io/the-temple- of-no [Has images and audio]
  5. 5. http://www.shortsims.com/play
  6. 6. WordPress
  7. 7. MIT Scratch
  8. 8. Minecraft First semester freshman (business majors) required to take a course in creativity and innovation
  9. 9. Platform for Sharing • www.oerinteractive.org • www.twitter.com/oerinteractive • Google Group: “iOER” [e-mail peter.shea3@gmail.com]
  10. 10. Contact Information Mish McIntyre - Michelle.McIntyre@umb.edu Michelle Barthelemy - BarthelemyM@gcc.mass.edu Peter Shea - sheap@middlesex.mass.edu

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