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Welcome to your our Class Wiki, hosted by

What you need to do:

  • Create a new wiki page with your name
  • Add a brief bio (can be the same from your other website)
  • Add a picture
  • create a bulleted list
  • create a link to an outside website
  • create a link to a page with the wiki
  • Edit another student's page

See the blog post to learn how to edit a wiki.

These are the wiki articles:

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Described as a virtual world virtuoso by Library Technology Reports,
Dr. Joe Sanchez has been designing virtual worlds, simulations, and video games for twenty years. As a Professor at the Queens College, Joe Sanchez conducts research in the areas of augmented reality, social issues of technology, and the virtual self. A graduate from the University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Sanchez has consulted with the U.S. Army, the American Library Association, and social media companies around the World.

  • Assistant Professor Queens College - City University of New York
  • Assistant Professor (2009 - 2016) Rutgers University: New Brunswick, NJ
  • International Teaching Fellow, University of Applied Arts and Sciences, Darmstadt, Germany 2012
  • Social Media Consultant (2006 - 2010) Austin, Texas
  • Instructional Designer (2000 - 2006) University of Texas at Austin
  • Manger of Media Services (1997 - 2000) Texas A&M Corpus Christi Tx
  • Advisor iSchools Inclusion Institute i3
  • Association of Library and Information Science Education Eugene Garfield Dissertation Award Committee
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