Research & Presentations

Sanchez, A. (in press).  Foreword to Games in Design.  Authored by Karl Kapp.
Sanchez, A. (2013).  Top Ten Research Findings in Games.  Train for Success.  Online presentation.
Sanchez, A. (2013). Gamification in the Govt.  Panel hosted by Serco, Washington, DC.
Sanchez, A. (2013).  Top Ten Research Findings in Games.  TechKnowledge, San Jose, Ca.
Sanchez, A. (2012).  Games for Learning.  Training 2.0, Atlanta, Ga.
Sanchez, A. (2012).  Games for Learning.  DevLearn Conference, Las Vegas, Nv.
Sanchez, A. (2012).  Gamification and Media.  Learning Solutions 2012, Orlando, Florida.
Sanchez, A. (2012).  Creating Engagement with Games.  Headline presentation, Training 2012, Atlanta, Ga.
Sanchez, A. (2012).  Are We Having Fun Yet?  Thought Leaders Webinar, E Learning Guild Online Forum.
Sanchez, A. (In Press).  VESSEL Damage Control Trainer Design Analysis.  In Design of Learning Games.  Springer Press.
Sanchez, A. (2011).  DoD Games.  Training for Success Online Session.
Sanchez, A. (2011).  Building Barda Bridge: A DAU Games Case Study.  In The Habits Leading Training Organizations, Deloitte.
Sanchez, A. (2011).  Maximizing Engagement through Serious Games.  Workshop delivered at DevLearn 11, Las Vegas, NV.
Sanchez, A. (2011).  DAU’s Continued Excellence in Games.  Presented at ASTD Workshop, San Diego, CA.
Sanchez, A. (2011).  Keynote Panel, Serious Play Conference, Seattle WA.
Sanchez, A. (2011).  Leveraging Games in Education.  Serious Play Conference, Seattle, WA.
Sanchez, A. (2011).  Casual Games in the DoD.  Casual Connect Conference, Seattle, WA.
Sanchez, A. (2011).  DAU’s Casual Games Initiative.  Presented at Army Games for Training Conference, Orlando FL.
Sanchez, A. (2011).  Top 10 Research Findings in Games.  Presented at GameTech Conference, Orlando FL
Sanchez, A. (2010).  The Use of Casual Games in Formal Education.  Corporate University Week, Orlando Fl.
Sanchez, A. (2009).  Serious games at DAU.  Acquisition Research Journal, 152, pp 231-237.
Sanchez, A. (2009).  The Use of Simulations in Online Education: A DAU Case Study.  Presented at Harvard Business Partner’s Meeting.
Sanchez, A. (2009).  Using Casual Games in Government Education.  Presented at GameTech Conference, Orlando FL.
Sanchez, A. (2008).  Serious Games in Corporate Universities.  Presented at the E Learning Guild’s Online Games and Simulation Symposium.
Sanchez, A. (2008).  Using Games to Teach.  Presented at the Chief Learning Officer’s Spring conference, Baltimore, MD.
Sanchez, A. (2008).  Using Serious Games in Education.  Presented at GameTech Conference, Orlando FL.
Sanchez, A. (2007).  Game-Based Technologies.  Research presentation during a multi-city visit to Sweden.  Presentation offered at the University of Skovde, SAAB, FMV, and for NATO M&S panel.
Sanchez, A. (2007).  Research and Assessment within Serious Games.  Moderator, Serious Games Summit/Game Developers Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Sanchez, A. (2007).  Two Reports: What Now? Research presentation at the Serious Games Summit/Game Developers Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Sanchez, A. (2007).  A State of the Union on Serious Gaming and the Military.  DOD Modeling and Simulation Conference, Hampton, VA.
Sanchez, A. (2006).  Games for Distance Learning in the Army: Research Initiatives.  Research presentation at the Distributed Learning Training Technology Subcommittee, Williamsburg, VA, December 2006.
Sanchez, A. D. (2005).  The use of games in post-secondary education.  Presented in symposium, Games in Post-Secondary Education From Scenarios to Stories: The Evolution of Learning Systems.  Distance Learning Consortium Conference, March 22nd & 23rd Naval Post Graduate School, Monterey, CA.
Sanchez, A. D. (2005).  The use of games in the classroom.  Presented in symposium titled, Today’s Media Centric Youth: A New Paradigm for Communications, Teaching and Learning.  Broadcast Education Association 50th Annual Conference, April 20-22, Las Vegas, NV.
Sanchez, A. D. (2005).  The use of technology in the classroom.  Presented in symposium titled, Today’s Media Centric Youth: A New Paradigm for Communications, Teaching and Learning.  International Digital Media Association, March 3rd-5th, Orlando, FL.
Sanchez, A. D. (2005).  Using Simulation in Interactive Training.  Learning Strategies Consortium, August 5th, Washington, DC
Sanchez, A. & Bowers, C. (2012).  Top Ten Research Findings of 2011.  Presented at GameTech DoD User’s Conference, Orlando, Fl.
Sanchez, A. & Bowers, C. (2011).  Top Ten Research Findings of 2010.  Presented at GameTech DoD User’s Conference, Orlando, Fl.
Sanchez, A.; Cannon-Bowers, J.; & Bowers, C.  (2010). The Science of Serious Games. In J. Cannon-Bowers & C. Bowers (Eds.), Serious Game Design and Development: Technologies for training and learning (pp. 290-304).  Hershey: IGI Global.
Sanchez, A., Cannon-Bowers, J. A., & Sawyer, B (2006).  Game-Based Learning Research Topics. Paper presented at the Serious Games Summit, Washington, D.C.
Sanchez, A. & Clingman, D (In Press).  Procurement Fraud Indicators Design Review. In Design of Learning Games.  Springer Press.
Sanchez, A. D.; Cuevas, H. M.; Fiore, S., Cannon-Bowers, J. (2005) Virtual Field Trips: Synthetic Experiences and Learning.  Paper presented at the 49th Annual Meeting for the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Sept 26-30, Orlando, FL.
Sanchez, A. & Rockwell, S. (2012).  A Game of Phones.  In Kapp, K., Gamification.
Sanchez, A; Silvers, A. & Rockwell, K. (2011).  Social Games in Education and Training.  Presented at GameTech Conference, Orlando FL.
Sanchez, A. & Smith, P. A. (March 2007). Emerging Technologies for Military Game-Based  Training.  Military Modeling and Simulation, SpringSim 2007).  Chesapeake, VA.
Cannon-Bowers, J. A., Sanchez, A. D., Sawyer, B. & Greenwood-Ericksen, A. (2006).  Toward a Comprehensive Research Agenda for Game-Based Learning.  Paper presented at the 21st Annual SIOP Conference, May 5-7, Dallas, TX.
Smith, P. A. & Sanchez, A. (2009).  Bite Sized Learning, Major Outcomes.  Paper presented at the I/ITSEC, Orlando FL.
Smith, P. A. & Sanchez, A. (2011).  Farming Education: A Case for Social Games in Learning.  To be presented at HCI 2010 Orlando FL.
Smith, P. A. & Sanchez, A. (2010).  Mini Games to save the world. In C. Bowers & J. A. Cannon Bowers Serious Games. In J. Cannon-Bowers & C. Bowers (Eds.), Serious Game Design and Development: Technologies for training and learning (pp. 1-12).  Hershey: IGI Global.
Smith, P. A. & Sanchez, A. (March 2007)  Warlords: How Our Troops Are Taking Halo Seriously. Benbella Books.
Smith-Jentsch, K. A., Cannon-Bowers, J., Sanchez, A. D., Schmidt, C (2005).  Validation of a Computer-based Simulation to Train Interpersonal Skills.  Paper presented in symposium titled, Then and Now: The Science and Practice of Simulation-Based Training.  20th Annual SIOP Conference, April 14-17, Los Angeles, CA.

Dissertation

Can multi-media classroom supplements provide experiential learning opportunities to increase vocabulary?  Implementing Virtual Field Trips into Classrooms.

Committee:
Chair ~ Jan Cannon-Bowers, Digital Media & IST
Dr. Clint Bowers, Director, Digital Media
Dr. Peter Kincaid, Director, M&S Program, IST
Dr. Robert Kenny, Assistant Professor, Digital Media
Dr. Glenda Gunter, Associate Professor, Education