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  1. emilysmayy

    Colorado Department of Education Online Training: Early Language and Literacies

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    This project required a full redesign of existing online training for the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) Early Language and Literacies series to include new interactivity, video, animation, and student assessments within 14 eLearning course modules. The goal of this project was to transform the training modules from hour-long YouTube videos to smaller, more engaging lessons within CDE’s Learning Management… Read more →

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    Precious Pearls Trust Volunteer Training Program

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    This project was part of my coursework in my Information and Learning Technology master’s program at the University of Colorado Denver and challenged me to think about what it means to learn in an adult and corporate context. Using the Instructional Design Model, ADDIE, I worked with a partner to analyze gaps and identify needs for a volunteer program. Together,… Read more →

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  3. emilysmayy

    B2B Tech Social Launch Campaign

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    This project was a part of a larger initiative to rebrand the entire worldwide commerce unit at IBM. The social strategy played a critical role in making the transition known –informing and educating clients and prospects across Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn channels. The announcement was to take place during World of Watson in Las Vegas and my plan encompassed unique… Read more →

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  4. emilysmayy

    Research in Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Online Education

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    This project was part of my coursework in my Information and Learning Technology master’s program at the University of Colorado Denver and focused on research in learning design and technology. I split my time between analyzing and evaluating methods for observing instruction, assessing learning and collecting reports to improve instruction with researching limitations and affordances of AI in online education.… Read more →

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  5. emilysmayy

    Video: Corrective Exercises for Core Stability 101

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    This video project was part of my coursework in my Information and Learning Technology master’s program at the University of Colorado Denver. It required collaboration and creation of a 3-5 minute instructional video aimed to educate people on the importance of core stability and where to go to learn more. To complete this project I first developed a script and… Read more →

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    Infographic: Latin American Educational Foundation

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    This project was part of my coursework in my Information and Learning Technology master’s program at the University of Colorado Denver and challenged me to educate and inform through design. After researching topics around underrepresented communities in Denver, I created an infographic in Piktochart to support the non-profit organization, Latin American Educational Foundation (LAEF). The goal of my project was… Read more →

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  7. emilysmayy

    Games and Learning: Final Reflection

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    As I close out the last semester of my graduate program, I reflect. My Games and Learning course forced me to face something I’ve always hated. Today, I still don’t particularly like games though “hate” might be a little strong. The past fourteen weeks have challenged me to think differently about games, their design, the people who play them, and,… Read more →

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  8. emilysmayy

    PhotoBlog: Final Reflection and Presentation

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    Over the last three months, I’ve become an active member in the affinity space, PhotoBlog, for my Games and Learning graduate course at CU Denver. The purpose of this assignment is really, a three-fold: To observe the ways in which knowledge is produced, shared, and contested in interest-driven participatory cultures. Read about my initial PhotoBlog observations here. To contribute to… Read more →

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  9. emilysmayy

    Games and Learning Reflection: Take Two

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    It’s hard to believe I’m just a over a month away from finishing up my master’s program and the job I’ve had for the last three and a half years. Time flies. A lot has changed since the first day of my Games and Learning class. Not only have I gained new knowledge and perspectives but also a sense of… Read more →

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  10. emilysmayy

    Critique: Promoting Positive Behavior Using the Good Behavior Game

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    As part of my learning experience in my Games and Learning graduate course at CU Denver, I’ll critique literature tied to the theme of game-based learning. These critiques will summarize features like research design, learning theory, methods, findings, and implications for the study and application of games and learning. Below is my final critique on a meta-analysis that synthesizes single-case… Read more →

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  11. emilysmayy

    Learning through Play: Trivia Night at Factotum Brewhouse

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    For my final Games and Learning play journal entry, I’ve chosen to write about a recent encounter with trivia (and craft beer). In support of my boyfriend’s chiropractic business, we (and his massage therapist) attended a community networking event at Factotum Brewhouse in the Sunnyside neighborhood of Denver, CO. I was not expecting game night. In fact, I was actually… Read more →

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  12. emilysmayy

    Critique: Do Older Adults Hate Video Games until they Play them?

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    As part of my learning experience in my Games and Learning graduate course at CU Denver, I’ll critique literature tied to the theme of game-based learning. These critiques will summarize features like research design, learning theory, methods, findings, and implications for the study and application of games and learning. Below is my latest critique on the recent Proof-of-Concept Study (2016)… Read more →

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  13. emilysmayy

    Photoblog: A Nurturing Affinity Space

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    Over the last two(ish) months, I’ve been observing, contributing, and reflecting on my experience using Photoblog, my Games and Learning affinity space. You can read about my initial observations here and community exploration here. To date, I’ve posted seven Photoblogs and have learned about a variety of photo techniques, apps, and photographers to follow. Additionally, I’ve contributed to a variety… Read more →

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  14. emilysmayy

    Photoblog: Exploring Community

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    Approximately one month ago, I joined the community, Photoblog, to learn, explore, and share photography related topics. I have enjoyed engaging with the affinity space so far and constantly learning . You can read about my initial observations here. This post will focus primarily on contribution(s) within the community portion of the site and how I’m interacting with others. Specifically,… Read more →

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