About

KDL (Knowledge Design Lab) is a research and development lab at the Faculty of Education, University of Calgary.

Co-directed by Dr. Susan Crichton and Dr. Hanan Yaniv, KDL creates new models and tools that will bring learning and education closer to the learner needs and interests.

KDL is funded by grant money from its current large scale projects. These grants are mainly used to support students gain practical experince in their professional training.

ELM (Eye Light Monitor)

Concept and Design: Dr. Hanan Yaniv

Programming: Matt Crist

Research: Dr. Susan Crichton and Dr. Hanan Yaniv

Calgary Military Museums Real Maze

Concept and Design: Dr. Hanan Yaniv

Programming: Matt Crist

3D Graphics: 3DI Inc.

Logistics: Yossi Suissa, Brian Brake

Stories and Scenes design: Gordon Fairhead, Nancy Stewey, Yossi Suissa, Dr. Hanan Yaniv, Kavita  Jadhav

Content Reseach: ~ 160 Students (Graduate and Teacher Prep programs)

Many more…

The Second Life Maze and KnoWorld

Concept and Functional Design: Dr. Hanan Yaniv

Second Life Graphics, Models and Scripting: Vintage Dawn Team:

  • Aerdrie Fabre
  • Kumiko Takashi
  • Whisker Ophelia

Maze Author (MA):

Concept and Design: Dr. Hanan Yaniv

Programming and functional design: Matt Crist

Avalanche Search and Rescue Simulator

Concept and Design:

Dr. Hanan Yaniv

Content: Ken Wylie, Mark Bender and many more Canadian Avalanche Association members and guides

Graphics: Emi, Jason

Programming: Lance Hanlen and Team

Contact:

Dr. Hanan Yaniv – hyaniv@ucalgary.ca

Dr. Susan Crichton – crichtos@ucalgary.ca

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