Crider presents at gaming conference

This week, associate professor of physics Anthony Crider is presenting a prototype of his virtual planetarium and telescope trainer at an international gaming conference in Madison, Wis. Supported by an Elon University CATL Scholar grant, Crider’s work involves the development of educational astronomy games within the virtual world of Second Life. The meeting, “Games, Learning, and Society,” is being sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Education and the Academic ADL Co-Lab.