2011 NMC Five Minutes of Fame
Five Minutes of Fame is a trademarked event allowing NMC academic members to show off their latest new media projects.
For this Five Minutes of Fame demonstration at the 2011 NMC Summer Conference in Madison, Wisconsin, selected NMC member organizations were given five minutes each to highlight innovations of all sorts, from multimedia and web-based projects, to course modules and newly invented or adapted tools, to student portfolios and collaborations with off-campus groups. In each fast-paced session, the audience saw numerous examples of the exciting work their NMC colleagues are doing.
2011 ARIS Global Game Jam
David Gagnon, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Bridging the Macro and Micro World with Blender and Some Legos™
Michael Reese, Johns Hopkins University
A Collaborative Augmented Reality Game for Your Mobile
Vivian Hsueh-Hua Che, Nanyang Technological University; Henry Been-Lirn Duh, National University of Singapore
Five Minutes, Five Apps: Sketches for a Scholar's Muse
Kate Borowske, Hamline University
Flow-ting Arguments: Adapting a Board Game to a Smart Board
John Hildreth, Radford College
Ideas, Challenges, Solutions!
Sue Bedard, Holly Ludgate, and Roxanne DeLeon - Full Sail University; Sharyn Gabriel, Orange County Public Schools and Full Sail University
Launch a Social Media Internship Program Today
Lisa Jansen, Meena Zio, and Lauren Kruse, Univeristy of Wisconsin - Madison
TweetMyPaper: An Experiment in Facebook Writing
Jared Bendis, Case Western Reserve University
Typo: The Game to Destroy All Grammar Errors
Elizabeth Pryatt, Pennsylvania State University