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UCF College of Education Art Education Program

Potluck Social Profiles

2005 Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Sep | Oct | Nov
1/2005: Although no formal program was presented, AECT UCF officers met to discuss programs for the upcoming year and students worked on proposals for AECT conference in October 2006.
2/2005: The Dean for the College of Education, Dr. Sandra Robinson, discussed importance of graduate research at monthly research seminar and pot luck social at Dr. Hirumi’s house.
3/2005: Chris Stapleton, Director of UCF's Media Convergence Laboratory speaks at monthly research seminar and pot luck social at Dr. Hirumi’s house.
4/2005: Bob Allen CEO of i.d.e.a.s. located at Disney-MGM discussed storytelling/gaming at monthly research seminar/pot luck social at Dr. Hirumi’s house.
5/2005: During the monthly research seminar and pot-luck social, Lee Johnson, Instructional Writing Manager for Walt Disney World(r) Resort, Disney University (DU), discussed: (a) how their ISD Team applies the ADDIE model to the training programs developed by the DU; (b) how the DU ISD Team supports internal client training needs requests; (c) future trends/plans of the DU ISD Team; and (d) current opportunities at the Disney University.
6/2005: During the monthly research seminar and pot-luck social, Dr. Ian Gibson from the Digital Media and Film Studies program, discussed the development and implementation of a Digital Asset Management System at UCF and implications for educators and instructional designers. He also garnered input from participants on the design of a graduate course on DAM Systems.
7/2005: Monthly research seminar and pot luck social featured Instructional Technology graduate students discussing their current research.
9/2005: Monthly research seminar and pot-luck social featured Dr. Hirumi leading discussion on the differences between Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants and implications for education and training.
10/2005: October 2: Monthly research seminar and pot luck social featured Dr. Michael Moshell, professor of Digital Media and Computer Science at the University of Central Florida. Dr. Moshell sets forth six propositions and asserts that they are meta-principles, that is, ideas that generate and shape the operational principles by which media should be created. See his PPT presentation and
http://www.cs.ucf.edu/~jmmoshell for a paper called "The Digital Media Manifesto."Dr. Hirumi also lead an earlier discussion on game-based learning research and development activities (see attached PPT).
11/2005: Sunday, November 6, 2005: Monthly research seminar and pot luck social at Dr. Hirumi’s house. Featured speakers, Dr. Glenda Gunter (Instructional Technology) and Dr. Robert Kinney (from School of Film and Digital Media), presented.