The Consortium for Research and Evaluation of Advanced Technologies in Education (CREATE) is a consortium of researchers committed to conducting research, providing education and fostering community interaction to design evidence-based digital media that address the needs of learners.
The Joint Conference on Serious Games (JCSG) will be hosted in New York on November 7th - 8th, 2024. This conference is dedicated to Serious Games and their multifaceted characteristics, which addresses all aspects related to the theory and practice of Serious Games.Read More
Summer High School Program: Coding for Game Design
In this two (2) week session, participants will learn about the principles of game design, and will be introduced to C# and Unity scripting, which they will use to create their own custom games!Learn More and Apply
Research Participation Opportunity
We invite you to explore the exciting world of research. Engaging in research not only expands your knowledge but also contributes significantly to our collective understanding of the world. Whether you're a student, faculty member, or a curious mind, these opportunities offer a chance to delve into groundbreaking studies, share your insights, and make a meaningful impact.Learn More and Join
Student Research Activities
Here at CREATE, we take immense pride in the intellectual curiosity and hard work of our students and researchers. This page shows recent CREATE researchers' presentations and research endeavors at the department and other events.Learn More
We are excited to announce the release of our free cognitive skills training games in the AppStore and on Google Play:
All You Can ET, Gwakkamole, CrushStations
Simulations and workbooks that give students the chance to build and dissect their own living cells, control the stages of mitosis, specialize their cells before becoming tissues, build the solar system and more.
Digital Reference of Experiments and Assessments Manager (DREAM) is a Web-based research platform application used to create and administer experiments for development, cognitive and educational psychology research.
A global, multi-stakeholder and cross-sectoral initiative that investigates how the design of children’s digital experiences affects their well-being, and provides guidance for informed design choices to promote positive outcomes.