Gaming Against Plagiarism
NSF Grant 1033002
This project was created by the University of Florida Marston Science Librarians in collaboration with the game design and development by the Digital Worlds Institute at the University of Florida.
Project Principal Investigators (PIs)
Michelle Foss Leonard (PI), Marston Science Library
James Oliverio, (Co-PI), Digital Worlds Institute
Amy Buhler, (Co-PI), Marston Science Library
Margeaux Johnson, (Co-PI), Marston Science Library
Ben DeVane, (Co-PI), Digital Worlds Institute
Doug Levey, (former Co-PI), UF Dept. of Biology
Jonathan Yuhas, Digital Worlds Institute
Anna Williams, Digital Worlds Institute
Hasani McIntosh, Digital Worlds Institute
Chad Juehring, Digital Worlds Institute
Matt Carroll, Digital Worlds Institute
Jesse Arnold, Digital Worlds Institute
Donna Wrublewski, Marston Science Library
Melody Royster, Marston Science Library
Donald McCabe, Professor of Business Administration, Rutgers University
Richard Ferdig, Professor of Instructional Technology, Kent State University
Anton Yudin, Digital Worlds Institute
Jonathan Tietz, Digital Worlds Institute
Tarif Kayali, Digital Worlds Institute
Denise Bennett, Marston Science Library
Stephanie Haas, Librarian Emeritus
Bess de Farber, Grants Manager, University Libraries
Tesa Brown, Grants and Business Manager, Digital Worlds Institute
*(in REVERSE alphabetical order by last name)
"Four Beers' Polka"
"Pixel Peeker Polka"
"Dances and Dames"
"Ranz des Vaches"
"Happy Retro Game" by Runningrocker (http://soundcloud.com/runningrocker/happy-retro-game). Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported" (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
"Broadcast News Short" and "Red Velvet Short" from GarageBand. Copyright Apple Inc. 2011. All rights of ownership belong to Apple Inc.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation, under Grant #1033002
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.