Anthony Fontana is a Learning Technologies Consultant and an Instructor of Art at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. Anthony’s pedagogical research involves the importance of divergent methodologies in the classroom, such as “play”, integrative teaching strategies, and educational technology applications that optimize learning outcomes by providing channels of content transfer most familiar to the student; something he calls “The Multichronic Classroom“. This work focuses on the use of immersive learning environments such as Second Life, social networks such as Facebook, and the way in which students stay engaged, socially motivated, and productive.  Anthony is the author of the graphic novel THE DOGS. As an artist, he has exhibited work throughout the Midwest and in online and virtual world spaces. His current work focuses on expressing internet memes through a variety of mediums, such as drawing, print, and sculpture


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