At Touro College Graduate School of Technology (GST), students like Nora Paskaleva are prepared to take on exciting and challenging careers in web and multimedia design. They are expertly guided through the curriculum by faculty and staff and, by graduation, are fully equipped to launch unique projects and successful careers in the communications technology field. In fact, Ms. Paskaleva, who graduates from Touro College GST this June, has recently developed a science-based multimedia lab for kids called Loony Labs that aims to merge fun with serious science education though a carefully designed multimedia application.
Ms. Paskaleva, who is currently a senior graphic designer at U.S. Games Systems Inc., developed Loony Labs as part of her senior thesis and has received a tremendous amount of positive feedback from Touro College GST staff. The Loony Lab project, which is designed to reach 10-14 year olds, combines the principles of education, gaming, and entertainment to boost a student's imagination and capacity for learning science. The site encourages students to learn at their own pace so they can feel free to explore topics and build confidence in science-based studies.
During the concept and creation processes of developing this project, Ms. Paskaleva received an inexhaustible amount of support from several Touro College Web and Multimedia Design faculty members. She credits them with encouraging her to create a smooth and seamless learning process that she hopes to bring to real classrooms in the future. Among her other plans for Loony Labs is to create a fully functioning app so students can learn anywhere, anytime.
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