Meagan (yet to be approved) Mike
That about sums up my experience with Myst.Â I appreciate the thought of getting immersed in the game to learn about how it applies to teaching and learning.Â But after spending over an hour trying to turn all of the squares in the elevator/fireplace red (because there’s no clue about what to do, so that’s [...]
Virtual reality… Gee’s hung up on using video games for education, while some people are wanting to move it into the business sectors. All this has some companies mulling a wild idea: Why not use gaming’s psychology, incentive systems, and social appeal to get real jobs done better and faster? “People are willing to do [...]
Gee is a bit easier to take this time around.Â He makes some great assessments as to how video games help people learn, (here it is, the big…) but I still think he’s missing something.Â I think learning tools and entertainment tools are separate, somehow, by their vary nature.Â They are different in a similar [...]
Use the UTF-8 style quotes and apostrophes (the fancy kind, curly quotes). Center the links, no bullet holes. Cropping of the images (borders). Horse and man facing inward, just man and horse (put on other side).
Amanda Matt Just also want to comment that everybody’s design sites look splendid!
First off, I’d like to admit my inability to design. I’d much rather be given a blank text file and told to fill it with pretty code. I could spend hours (and often do) banging out some pretty php functions and what not. My brain hurts after trying to apply the other side… I spent [...]
Gee… what to say. I made all of my comments with out reading the book first. Now that I have, here are my comments on it. First of all, I think Gee has some good points, but is also a little bit off. He starts off by saying that everybody reads books (or does anything [...]
Comit(s) for April 11. Amanda Tai and Nona Nona and Kurt
I was at a funeral in Arizona all weekend and yesterday, and just got back to Fairfax at 3pm today. So I’m a little behind…. But my comments are coming. The following are some comments on this weeks readings. Useit.com These are great reminders when planning your links. I especially like the reminders about coding [...]