The mission of the Games and Interactive Learning in Interactive Digital Environments (GLIDE) Lab is to explore the design of immersive and interactive technologies to impact learning experiences, motivation to learn, teacher preparation, and identity exploration of learners in different settings.
Our work has been funded by private foundation and federal funding agencies to advance research on the design and implementation of play-based environments that facilitate exploration of identities in varied academic domains and professional career roles.
The GLIDE lab is led by Dr. Aroutis Foster, Associate Professor of Learning, Design, and Technology in the School of Education at Drexel University.
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Others are free to use the image in non-profit works under the following conditions. The source of the image is attributed as Foster, A. N. (2014). CAREER: Projective reflection: Learning as identity change. Drexel University, Philadelphia: National Science Foundation.
- The author of the work does not make any claim to copyright over the image
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- If those conditions are met, there is no need to contact Dr. Aroutis Foster. We hereby grant permission to use the image under the above stipulations.
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