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Slippery Rocks and ALGAE: A Multiplayer Educational Roleplaying Game and a Model for Adaptive Learning Game Design PROCEEDINGS

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TCC Worldwide Online Conference, ISSN 1937-1659 Publisher: TCCHawaii

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Calongne, C., Stricker, A., Truman, B., Murray, J., Lavieri, E.,. (2014). Slippery Rocks and ALGAE: A Multiplayer Educational Roleplaying Game and a Model for Adaptive Learning Game Design. In Proceedings of TCC Worldwide Online Conference 2014 (pp. 13-23). TCCHawaii. Retrieved August 17, 2018 from .

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