CoT Newsletter
  • Welcome back as we start the second half of the academic year!! And welcome to the new year of 2014. The fall was exciting and but this spring will provide us with even more. There are new programs and courses that reflect the changes in technology. Below, please find a brief synopsis of what has been happening in our programs: A new certificate in Web Applications through our Web Information Systems (WIS) Program started in the fall. The certificate can be earned by students who are not WIS majors, by completing five existing WIS courses. Plus, new courses in JavaScript...

    Message from the Dean – Spring 2014

    Welcome back as we start the second half of the academic year!! And welcome to the new year of 2014. The fall was exciting and but this spring will provide us with even more. There are new programs and courses that reflect the changes in technology. Below, please find a brief synopsis of what has been happening in our programs: A new certificate in Web Applications through our Web Information Systems (WIS) Program started in the fall. The certificate can be earned by students who are not WIS majors, by completing five existing WIS courses. Plus, new courses in JavaScript...

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  • GMD311 Publishing for Indie Developers – This course focuses on deploying your game, simulation, or application for the Apple App Store and Google play. Common pitfalls and best practices for publishing your project will also be covered. Obtaining and creating provisioning profiles, developer accounts, discovering resources and pre-flight inspections will be covered. Students should have taken GMD 110 and GMD 210.  This course is offered as a modular in June – GMD311 M2N01 – and will meet June 6-8 and June 20-22.  The section will meet Friday from 5:30-10:30pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 3pm. GMD 150 2D...

    New Courses – Summer 2014!

    GMD311 Publishing for Indie Developers – This course focuses on deploying your game, simulation, or application for the Apple App Store and Google play. Common pitfalls and best practices for publishing your project will also be covered. Obtaining and creating provisioning profiles, developer accounts, discovering resources and pre-flight inspections will be covered. Students should have taken GMD 110 and GMD 210.  This course is offered as a modular in June – GMD311 M2N01 – and will meet June 6-8 and June 20-22.  The section will meet Friday from 5:30-10:30pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 3pm. GMD 150 2D...

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  • Game-based Learning Certificate Interested in using “Gamification”? Or leveraging the power of games in communicating your complex message? Or getting your employees engaged in your corporate training? Find out more about our new Game-based Learning Certificate within our masters programs. Electronic Game play has evolved and developed into a major American pastime activity.  From pre-adolescent to senior citizens, electronic game play is not just for recreation; electronic gameplay is engaging and provides an active learning environment.  The new Game-Based Learning courses will focus on how to maximize student learning when using a curriculum that offers gaming as well as how...

    New Game-Based Learning Certificate – Spring 2014

    Game-based Learning Certificate Interested in using “Gamification”? Or leveraging the power of games in communicating your complex message? Or getting your employees engaged in your corporate training? Find out more about our new Game-based Learning Certificate within our masters programs. Electronic Game play has evolved and developed into a major American pastime activity.  From pre-adolescent to senior citizens, electronic game play is not just for recreation; electronic gameplay is engaging and provides an active learning environment.  The new Game-Based Learning courses will focus on how to maximize student learning when using a curriculum that offers gaming as well as how...

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  • Christine Greifzu joined the adjunct faculty at Wilmington University in 2012. She teaches both online and face-to-face and has taught MIS320-Management Information Systems and ISM350-Information Technology Policy and Strategy. She recently designed and developed ISM430-Systems and Business Process Analysis for Healthcare Professionals. Christine’s background includes clinical, business, and information systems experience. She received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Maryland. After working as an RN at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia and Kennedy University Hospital in Stratford, New Jersey, she received an MBA with a concentration in finance from Drexel University. Her interest in computers led...

    ISM Adjunct Faculty Highlight – Christine Greifzu

    Christine Greifzu joined the adjunct faculty at Wilmington University in 2012. She teaches both online and face-to-face and has taught MIS320-Management Information Systems and ISM350-Information Technology Policy and Strategy. She recently designed and developed ISM430-Systems and Business Process Analysis for Healthcare Professionals. Christine’s background includes clinical, business, and information systems experience. She received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Maryland. After working as an RN at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia and Kennedy University Hospital in Stratford, New Jersey, she received an MBA with a concentration in finance from Drexel University. Her interest in computers led...

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  • The Gaming Business Initiative, or the GBI, is an organization that believes in the power of young or developing professionals.  It is our duty to furnish a place for such individuals to develop their specialized skills and professional portfolio while collaborating with others on a meaningful objective: the full life cycle of a video game. We will lead participating members in their career by allowing them to manage a Video Game Development Studio and assume responsibility that has real impact within and outside of the organization.  Members will be encouraged to take ownership of jobs in their area of study, in addition to new tasks that will help them appreciate and understand the inner workings of...

    Gaming Business Initiative

    The Gaming Business Initiative, or the GBI, is an organization that believes in the power of young or developing professionals.  It is our duty to furnish a place for such individuals to develop their specialized skills and professional portfolio while collaborating with others on a meaningful objective: the full life cycle of a video game. We will lead participating members in their career by allowing them to manage a Video Game Development Studio and assume responsibility that has real impact within and outside of the organization.  Members will be encouraged to take ownership of jobs in their area of study, in addition to new tasks that will help them appreciate and understand the inner workings of...

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