ITLS students to present at Student Research Symposium
The Office of Research will be hosting the Student ResearchSymposium on April 12-13th. Our students will be presenting on April 12th from 1:00-3:00pm. You can attend in the Merril-Cazier Library or online. Come and show support for your peers—you won’t want to miss this opportunity. The following is a list of students presenting and their topics.
Siyu Wu - Investigating student learning about disease spread and prevention in the context of agent-based computational modeling.
Daelynn Hunter - Esports course design: balancing multiplayer gameplay within a structured curriculum.
Prasina Parameswaran - Curricular adaptations by paraprofessionals during their computer lab instruction using block-based coding.
Treion Muller - The 6 levels of gamification: introducing a new organizational structure to game-based learning.
Bonni Jones - I'm telling you; it just won’t work.
Kyle Lam - Do video lectures with reduced extraneous load benefit students of SQL programming?
Aubrey Rogowski - Computational thinking and professional learning for paraprofessionals.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to learn about these subjects. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions.