Lisa Stump is a software developer at MIT’s Scheller Teacher Education Program. Her current projects include a GPS-enabled augmented reality game and a participatory simulation game, both of which run on handheld computers. Prior to her work at MIT, she developed software and led teams to create user interfaces on various platforms. She also developed and taught introductory programming courses at a community technology center. She holds a BA in mathematics and psychology from Dartmouth College and an EdM in technology in education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.