Games and Learning in Interactive Digital Environments (GLIDE) Lab
Drexel University School of Education
The Games and Learning in Interactive Digital Environments (GLIDE) Lab operates within the Drexel University School of Education. GLIDE was founded in 2013 by Dr. Aroutis Foster in order to bring together an interdisciplinary team of faculty, students, and industry professionals to engage in research on teaching and learning with immersive and interactive technologies. Research in the lab is about designing and developing technologies, technology integration, game-based learning, personalized learning, and the process of learning as identity exploration across formal, informal, and nonformal learning environments. Researchers in the GLIDE lab are committed to the integration of existing and newly developed research methods and methodologies in these fields of research which include but are not limited to: social network analysis (SNA), epistemic network analysis (ENA), social and epistemic network analysis (SENA), quantitative ethnography (QE), and machine learning (ML). If you are interested in learning more about GLIDE or working with us, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org.
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