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Kaelan Doyle Myerscough at Games for Change

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Games for Learning Institute Advisory Board Member Kaelan Doyle Myerscough spoke at Games for Change 2009 in NYC. See the video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wKFgfK4b_Q

Games for Learning Institute Advisory Board Member Kaelan Doyle Myerscough spoke at Games for Change 2009 in NYC. See the video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wKFgfK4b_Q

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  • 1. Impacting the gamer From elementary to adulthood
  • 2. Immersion
    • Characterization – making a ‘blank slate’ to allow the gamer to insert themselves in the wold
    • Narrative structure – making a well-developed story to engage the gamer and give them purpose in the world
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  • 5. WHY “LEARNING” GAMES DON’T WORK
  • 6. Exceptions to the Rule

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