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BILL CROSBIE
Assistant Professor/Coordinator of Video Game Design and Development Program, Computer Science Department
"Learning is about play. It is about playing with ideas, constructing possibilities and generating a deep understanding of a problem space for oneself. My challenge is to create an environment where students are guided and supported so that they are safe to explore, to play and to risk the possibility of being wrong."
EDUCATION
Currently pursuing EdM, Instructional Media and Technology, Columbia University Teachers College
MA, Instructional Media and Technology,
Columbia University Teachers College
BS, Computer Science, Gordon College
AS, Computer Science, Ocean County College


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Adjunct Instructor
Rutgers University, School of Communication,
Information and Library Studies
Web Application Developer
Rutgers University, Office of Instructional and Research Technology
Curriculum Developer and Instructor
Rutgers University Internet Institute
Coordinator of Multimedia Services
Rutgers University Department of Animal Sciences

MAJOR PAPERS/PRESENTATIONS
“Diving in to Plantec’s Brave New World of Virtual Humans”
a book chapter in Beyond Fun: Serious Games and Media
(ETC Press, 2008) “Commercial Off the Shelf Boggle”
(with B. Sawyer, M. Pun, A. Parikh), Game Developers Conference,
San Francisco, CA, March 2007
“Seven Core Tensions Between School and Games”
(with J. Hammer), Game Developers Conference,
San Jose, CA, March 2006
“Letting Go of the Reins: Giving Your Learners the Freedom to Play”
(with J. Hammer) New Media Center North East Regional Conference, New Haven, CT, October 2005
“Instructional Design Does Not Equal Game Design - Lessons Learned in Delivering a Course in Game Design and Education,”
World Conference on Educational Multimedia,
Hypermedia and Telecommunications (EDMEDIA)
Montreal, Canada, June 2005



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