Wannes Ribbens visits the Instructional Design & Technology program at the University of North Dakota

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Wannes Ribbens of IMS visits the Instructional Design & Technology program in the Teaching and Learning Department of the College of Education and Human Development at the University of North Dakota

Senior researcher Wannes Ribbens of the Institute for Media Studies (IMS) will be a visiting scholar at the Instructional Design & Technology (IDT) program in the Teaching and Learning Department of the College of Education and Human Development at the University of North Dakota. From Mai 17th – June 2nd he will try to establish a cross-fertilization of his own expertise on the role of the player experience in game effects research (media studies/media psychology) with the perspectives of instructional design (HCI) and Digital Game-Based Learning (pedagogy/psychology). The goal is to create a platform for durable interdisciplinary collaboration between the IMS and IDT program, and further internationalize the research strand on game research applied to learning at the IMS.

 

Wannes Ribbens van het Instituut voor Mediastudies (IMS) bezoekt het Instructional Design & Technology (IDT) program in het Teaching and Learning Department van het College of Education and Human Development aan de universiteit van North Dakota. Van 17 mei tot 2 juni zal hij een kruisbestuiving trachten te realiseren tussen zijn eigen expertise over de rol van de speler-ervaring in videogame-effectenonderzoek (mediastudies / mediapsychologie) met de perspectieven van Human-Computer Interaction en Digital-Game-Based-Learning (pedagogie / psychologie). Het doel is om een platform te creëren voor langdurige interdisciplinaire samenwerking tussen het IMS en het IDT programma, en om de onderzoekslijn over games en leren aan het IMS verder te internationaliseren.

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