Dr. Sa Liu is an Assistant Professor in the Interactive Media program at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. She teaches Information Design and Data Visualization, Unreal and Unity Game Engines, Front-end Web Design and Development, and Mobile Experience Design and Development to undergraduate students. Her research interests include educational uses of interactive media, learning analytics and interactive media design and development.
(A2),(B5): Building a WebVR App
9 October 2019 11:00 AM–12:00 PM
9 October 2019 01:00 PM–02:00 PM
Building a WebVR App using A-Frame & Glitch WebVR is a new experimental browser feature that makes it possible to experience VR in your browser. During this session, the presenter will teach how to build a WebVR App using tools such as A-Frame and Glitch. The presenter will bring Google cardboard and mobile devices. Internet needed. Wifi preferred
Educator Workshop: Using Mobile Apps and Games in Education
9 October 2019 03:30 PM–04:30 PM
Spacescape is a problem-solving mobile game, which provides middle school students an opportunity to learn about space science while practicing their problem-solving skills. During the session, we will bring 7 mobile devices to have audience working in groups to solve the problem in the game. Meanwhile, we will show how teachers can use it for teaching space science. Wifi needed.