Dr. Quiana Bradshaw works at Kaplan University, Florida State College at Jacksonville, University of the Cumberland’s and University of the People. I have received my Doctorate of Computer Science with a concentration in emerging media in September 2013 and was noted making a significant contribution to the field. I have published several studies on educational games and learning game design characteristics. Bradshaw, Q. (2013). Educational Game Simulation in Academic Environments.
The 18th Annual Technology, Colleges and Community (TCC) Worldwide Online Conference. Bradshaw, Q (2013). Dissertation: â€œ Learning Game Design Characteristics through the study of flow and the Elemental Tetrad in the “World of Warcraft & Minecraft” Calongne, C., Archiquette, S., Bisson, Jr., L., Bradshaw, Q., Derby, P., Keeling, R. Lavieri Jr., E. (2011). Into the Twilight Zone: Innovations for Education, Virtual Worlds and Emerging Media. Proceedings from TCC 2011: The 16th Annual Technology, Colleges and Community (TCC) Worldwide Online Conference: Emerging Technologies: Making it Work, April 13, 2011. 22nd TCC Online Conference: Changing to Learn, Learning to Change: April 18-20 2017.
Bradshaw, Q. SIMS and Second Life as an Educational Technology Platform in Higher Education. Kaplan University Village X. October 6, 2017: Bradshaw, Q. The Social Development Pedagogy of Games in Education. November 2017. Received Certificate of Achievement (For service as a US. Army eCybermission Virtual Judge) United States Army Research, Development and Engineering Command. Bradshaw, Q. (2016, March). Learning Game Design Characteristics through the study of flow and the Elemental Tetrad in the World of Warcraft & Minecraft. Kaplan University Science Speaker Series. TCC Online Conference 2017.
However, I have attended various conferences many games for change initiatives and has followers on Twitter that varies from instructional designers, curriculum designers and game designers. As a result, I have gotten an IRB approved to create an app for Diabetics on their smart phones and tablets. Aside from being a faculty member, researcher, and author and enjoys game-based learning initiatives. Dr. Bradshaw is also a member of the Higher Education Video Game Alliance. She is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery.