Jeffrey J. Ritchie
Chair and Associate Professor of Digital Communications
B.S., Indiana Univeristy
B.A., Indiana University
M.A., University of South Carolina
M.Ed., Arizona State University
Ph.D., Arizona State University
Ritchie, chair and associate professor of digital communications, has presented at conferences from Vancouver, Canada to Konstanz, Germany and San Diego, Calif., to Charleston, S.C. One of the founding professors of the DigiCom Department, he has overseen student projects and internships that have resulted in the creation of LVC's Campus Virtual Tour, an interactive history of Hersheypark, a player's guide for an internationally recognized game, and a physical therapy textbook designed for tablet devices, among many others. Ritchie teaches courses in narrative across media (including video games), mobile and spatial narratives, interactivity, writing for digital media, multimedia, and principles of information design.
Ritchie, J. (2014). The affordances and constraints of mobile locative narratives. In J. Farman (Ed.), The mobile story: Narrative practices with locative technologies (pp. 53-67). New York: Routledge.
Ritchie, J. (. E. (Fall 2012). The Journal of the Internatiional Digital Media and Arts Association.
Lehr, M. E., & Ritchie, J. (2013). Utilization of a collaborative and interdepartmental student-centered approach in the development of a technology-based application prototype to complement entry-level didactic instruction for cervicothoracic musculoskeletal management. Abstract Accepted June 2011 for Combined Sections Meeting in 2013. San Diego, CA.
Ritchie, J. (Ed.). (2012). The Journal of International Digital Media and Arts Association
Ritchie, J., & Samuel, M. (2012). Historic old Miami: The magic city. Mobile Storytelling, iDMAa Conference. Miami, FL.