Tech Tuesday: Draw. Snap. Play. Doodlematic with Touro

Summer Series

Everyone’s talking about gaming, but how does it really work? See for yourself at a workshop on game design presented by the Touro College Graduate School of Technology (GST). From drawing your idea on paper to programming competitive digital games for tablets, participants will learn to create games that can teach, entertain and engage.
Professor Al Doyle, Chair of the Multimedia & Web Design Program at Touro GST, an expert in teaching with technology in schools, colleges and museums, will conduct this workshop using the popular app, Doodlematic. The one-hour workshop is open to beginners and advances learners alike. Prof. Doyle will feature examples created by Touro’s graduate students, and enable you to find out if game design is the right career for you.

Professor Al Doyle

Fulfilling its mission of educating “tomorrow’s technology leaders today, TheTouro College Graduate School of Technology offers three industry-driven Masters degrees: A Master of Science in Information Systems, with concentrations in Database Systems, Data Communications, Technology Leadership, and Web Application Development; an innovative new degree in Web and Multimedia Design which integrates elements of design and programming; and a popular degree in Instructional Technology, for teachers who lead with the use of technology in the classroom.


These tech classes are part of Flatiron Summer Series, a series of free community programming for the neighborhood by the neighborhood, including free tech education classes on Tech Tuesdays, free fitness classes on Wellness Wednesdays, and nostalgic games and performances on Throwback Thursdays. For a full list of free classes, activities, and entertainment on the Flatiron Public Plazas, visit FlatironDistrict.NYC/Summer2018