Jason A. Engerman

Jason Engerman

Jason A. Engerman has a Ph.D. in learning, design and technologies from The Pennsylvania State University. He was the Charles M. Reigeluth emerging researcher for 2017 from the Association for Educational Communication and Technology (AECT) as well as the Presidential Emerging Leader 2016. His research investigates underrepresented populations and their sociocultural uses of interactive digital media (such as video games) within their native learning ecologies. This space often resides at the intersection of sports, digital media technologies and entertainment. In particular, Dr. Engerman is interested in how learners use indigenous knowledge to impact authentic learning within and around a disruptive experience age through culturally relevant lenses towards prosocial transformation.

Blogs (1)

The Emergence of the ESU Digital Warriors

Monday, July 02, 2018

Provost's Series - Live Gaming Event 04 25 2018 webversion In the early weeks of the fall semester of 2017, we developed a series of events that provided students opportunities to create Esports activities that led to a universitywide showcase competition. We will be presenting these findings at the inaugural Connected Learning Summit, Aug. 2, 2018 at the MIT Media Lab. In April, students from across East Stroudsburg University (ESU) came together to hold a successful League of Legend event in the Digital Media Technologies department. This was the culmination of a year of hard work and exploratory active learning. How did we get there? Our