Leadership and Educational Studies is seeking a graduate student to assist in building a 3d virtual educational space using the gaming software Unity3D. The purpose of this project is to replace a deprecated multiplayer environment with a better platform that can continue to be developed and updated as new resources become available.
The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of Java and/or C# (C# is preferable), Unity3D, networking and multiplayer environments. This is a good position for anyone interested in game development as well as networking and
There are multiple aspects to the project, and work can include any/all of the following:
- Creating spaces for users
- 3D modeling
- Coding for interactivity with objects
- Coding for AI interactions
- Troubleshooting networking issues
- Creating build scripts for Windows, Mac and Linux
- Building analytics for user information and feedback
- Security and authentication on the network
- Creating user interfaces that allow for uploading/displaying documents and presentations.
- Text Chat and audio
- Currently enrolled graduate student in good standing.
- Motivated self-starter with an interest in gaming environments.
- Previous experience coding and programming required.
- Previous experience with Unity3D preferred.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail, especially when managing multiple priorities.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Lori Dean, Director Online and Student Services, LES, at email@example.com.