Museums and the Web 2005
Speakers: Speaker Biography
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Speakers from around the world present their latest work at MW2005.

Jayfus Doswell

George Mason University
100 Century Drive
Suite 7107
Alexandria Virginia
22315 USA

Mr. Doswell attended Oberlin College where he received the Bachelor of Arts degree earning degress in both cognitive-neuropsychology and computer science. In 1998, he received a Masters of Systems and Computer Science from Howard University School of Architecture, Engineering, and Computer Science. His masters thesis is entitled: “Developing a Distributed Virtual Reality System for Teaching Numerical Concepts.” Doswell is currently completing his PhD at George Mason University school of Information Technology where he is concentrating on a unique system/software architecture, Pedagogical Embodied Conversational Agent Architecture (PECAA) for building virtual reality instructors that inhabit mixed reality environments (i.e, virtual reality, augmented reality, etc.). His research has been accepted to various conferences around the world.

Jayfus will present The PECA Code: Codifying Pedagogy in 3D Virtual Instructors.