Friday, February 5, 2016

Alternate Reality Gaming Spices Up Professional Development - Dennis Pierce, Campus Technology

Alternate Reality Learning Experience (ARLE) is a new type of alternate reality game in which participants weave in and out of a fictional story and reality as they learn. "In gaming, you fail 80 percent of the time, and you enjoy the experience and come back for more," Jeff Borden St. Leo University's chief innovation officer, said. "This lets you put students in situations where they fail, and learn from their failure, safely. At the same time, the authenticity of the learning experience is off the charts."

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