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Title: Designing sustained game-based learning environments to engage undergraduate students in history
Authors: Ryan, Zach
Stiso, Christina
Danish, Joshua
Robinson, Eric
Keywords: game-based learning
history learning
role playing
higher education
Issue Date: Sep-2021
Citation: Ryan, Z., Stiso, C., Danish, J., & Robinson, E. (2021). Designing sustained game-based learning environments to engage undergraduate students in history. In Rapid Community Report Series.
Abstract: We present reflections on the design of a bespoke academic strategy board game situated in two implementations of an undergraduate history learning environment. Our goal was to create a long-term, immersive game-based learning experience where students continually engaged in role playing alongside their peers through actions structured by the game rules.
URI: https://repository.isls.org//handle/1/6855
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