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ISLT students win AECT PacifiCorp Competition

November 9, 2015 Leave a comment Go to comments
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ISLT FSU PacifiCorp Teams

Logan Arrington and Zhichun (Lukas) Liu, Instructional Systems & Learning Technologies (ISLT) doctoral students, were chosen as winners of the PacifiCorp Design and Development Award Competition.

Each year, the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) sponsors the PacifiCorp competition and invites graduate students to submit a proposal for analyzing and solving an organizational performance problem. This year, two teams of ISLT doctoral students represented the FSU College of Education in the competition. Logan Arrington and Zhichun (Lukas) Liu of team 1 and Nurul Jamiat and Zhiahuan Dai of team 2 reached the finals. Each won an award to go directly to ISLT’s scholarship fund.

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Logan Arrington and Zhichun (Lukas) Liu

After noting that this was the most difficult year to decide the team with the best presentation, the judges recognized Logan Arrington and Zhichun (Lukas) Liu’s proposal as the most creative, awarding them the PacifiCorp contract.

“Please join me in congratulating our students for their accomplishments and making the FSU’s ISLT program proud!” said Dr. Aubteen Darabi, associate professor in the Department of Educational Psychology and Learning Systems (EPLS) at Florida State University.

The teams would like to extend their appreciation to those who attended their presentations in their support.

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