Morgan Jennings

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`Stop playing around and get to work' is a common refrain. While the two do not seem to mix, research indicates that play has much to offer corporate training when it comes to learning. This paper presents in narrative form, a summary of the interviews with eight master designers of engaging and immersive learning products and the subsequent aesthetic(More)
In this chapter, we report the results of a study comparing current student's perceptions of computer information systems with student's perceptions of 12 years past. We found that students continue to prefer more interaction than they perceive an IS career to provide. Given this we (1) report on some programs available in high schools to interest students(More)
The purpose of this article is to report on the outcomes of an interprofessional education (IPE) consensus-building exercise amongst student leaders enrolled in health science-related degree programs. The 12 participants included undergraduate and graduate students from eight different universities situated in five Canadian provinces. Their areas of study(More)
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