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Thursday, July 16 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Government Assets to Enrich Educational Experiences & Games

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Learn how you can use assets available from the government to make your games come to life. From Congressional budget office or environmental data (The Wilson Center); to scientific data like 3D scans of coral (Smithsonian Institution) or data visualizations, animations, and free software (NASA); there are a wealth of free governmental resources to enrich any educational experiences.

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Elizabeth Newbury

Director for the Serious Games Initiative, The Wilson Center

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Cody Coltharp

Digital Interactive Designer, Smithsonian Institution
Working with Smithsonian scientists, researchers, and educators, Cody Coltharp develops games, graphics and simulations using museum digital resources in order to make the research, data, and stories more accessible, engaging, and fun.
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Drew Robarge

Museum Specialist, Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History
Drew Robarge works at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History as a Museum Specialist in the Division of Medicine and Science. He works with the video game collections and has curated exhibitions including “Virtual Landscapes: Exploring America through Video... Read More →
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Shobhana Gupta

Open Innovation and Community Applications Manager, NASA Headquarters
Shobhana Gupta, MD, PhD, serves as the Open Innovation and Community Applications Manager with Earth Science Division’s Applied Sciences Program at NASA Headquarters. She manages crowdsourcing and community-based activities to invite talents and experiences outside of the NASA community... Read More →

Thursday July 16, 2020 5:00pm - 6:00pm EDT