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Games & Simulations for Historians

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This week in HIST3812, the major theme is education and games. One question which occurred frequently in the readings as well as today’s lecture was the value of games as educational tools. This question was predominantly explored through the idea of “gamification,” or the adaptation of game style and mechanics for another purpose. In his Play […]

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They couldn’t handle me! I was a bad-ass rebel with an attitude. Try getting me to sit still – I dare you! I was a trouble maker alright. The kinda kid who plays his classical violin with his shirt untucked. Somehow my combination of apathy, defiance, and independent thought resulted in a pattern of bad […]

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