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Play It Again, Sam! Adapting Common Games into Multimedia Models Used for Student Reviews
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Journal of Interactive Instruction Development Volume 10, Number 4, ISSN 1040-0370

Abstract

Provides guidelines on how to adapt common games such as checkers, tic tac toe, obstacle courses, and memory joggers into interactive games in multimedia courseware. Emphasizes creating generic games that can be recycled and used for multiple topics to save development time and keep costs low. Discusses topic themes, game structure, and social/political considerations. (Author/AEF)

Citation

Metcalf, K.K., Barlow, A., Hudson, L., Jones, E., Lyons, D., Piersall, J. & Munfus, L. (1998). Play It Again, Sam! Adapting Common Games into Multimedia Models Used for Student Reviews. Journal of Interactive Instruction Development, 10(4), 24-33. Retrieved April 26, 2019 from .

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