Interactive Digital Storytelling:. Synthesizing Storytelling, Training, and Video Game Design Theory. Bill Watson Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis. Stories for Training. Problem-based Learning Case-based Learning Scenario-based Learning Narrative-based Learning.
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Synthesizing Storytelling, Training, and Video Game Design Theory
Bill WatsonIndiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis
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