Zielke, Marjorie A.
Marjorie Zielke is an Assistant Professor of Arts and Technology and the Director of The Center for Modeling and Simulation/Virtual Humans and Synthetic Societies Lab. Her research has involved developing game-based simulations and virtual humans. Her recent work has focused on creating virtual teachers to "facilitate the most demanding portions of learning curricula for children with dyslexia."
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Exploring Medical Cyberlearning for Work at the Human/Technology Frontier with the Mixed-Reality Emotive Virtual Human System Platform This paper describes the Mixed-Reality Emotive Virtual Human System Platform - a machine for cyberlearning at the human/technology frontier. Our initial use case is for medical school students practicing patient interviewing ...