UCI Events – 2014-04-11

“Game-Based Learning, Experimental Research & Hands-On Presentation”

Dr. Alf Inge Wang
UCI Visiting Professor of Game Technology
Department of Computer & Information Science
Norwegian University of Science & Technology

This Spring, DUE & HIRC would like to invite Faculty, Staff, Graduate Students, and Post Docs to a presentation and interactive discussion on Friday, April 11th [10:30 am – 12:00 pm]:Online | Flipped | Hybrid | Tech-Enhanced:
Game-Based Learning, Experimental Research
& Hands-On Presentation* (BYOD)
*Please bring your own laptop, tablet or smart phone to participate!

• UCI Humanities Instructional Building, Room 135 (Grid E8, Bldg. 610 on Campus Map)
• Student Center Parking Structure: http://www.confserv.uci.edu/files/map-directions-sc.pdfREGISTRATION:
• FREE/REGISTER: http://tinyurl.com/game-based
• Limited Enrollment!

• Department of Undergraduate Studies (DUE)
• Humanities Instructional Resource Center (HIRC)
• UCI Flipped Classroom Learning Community

• Faculty
• Staff
• Graduate Students
• Post Docs

Sheryl Narahara Hathaway, PhD
DUE Learning Strategy Consultant
949.824.1398 phone

About the Speaker:
Alf Inge Wang received his Master and PhD in Software Engineering at NTNU in Norway. In 2007 he established a Masters program on game technology at NTNU as well as JoinGame, Norway’s largest profession network for game developers and game researchers. In 2012, he initiated the start-up company Mobitroll based on his idea for the lecture game Kahoot! [https://getkahoot.com/]. Dr. Wang has 80+ international publications in areas such as software engineering, software architecture, mobile computing, CSCW, game-technology and game-based learning. He teaches programming, software architecture and game technology at NTNU. Dr. Wang’s current research focus is on game-based learning and he is currently on a sabbatical leave at UC Irvine.