Three Ways to Use Interactive Fiction to Engage Students

Kae Novak with Sherry Jones

Interactive fiction is a powerful way to grab students’ attention and teach critical thinking across various content areas.

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December 10, 2015
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Sherry Jones is a Philosophy, Rhetoric, and Game Studies instructor, Game Design and Psychology Subject Matter Expert for Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, and Game Studies facilitator for the Metagame Book Club. She employs games and Interactive Fiction works to design game-based learning curriculum and environments, and is keynote speaker for UC Boulder’s Jan. 2016 GTP conference, “Teaching Narrative, Ludology, and Problem-Solving in the College Classroom.”
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