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First Person: New Media As Story, Performance, And Game
The editors of First Person have gathered a remarkably diverse group of new media theorists and practitioners to consider the relationship between "story" and "game," as well as the new kinds of artistic creation that have become possible in the digital environment.
The base of nutritional support for the gray snapper (Lutjanus griseus): an evaluation based on a combined stomach content and stable isotope analysis
The results suggest that within both food webs carbon and nitrogen are transferred from a detrital base by similar mechanisms and emphasize the use of multiple isotopes as a tool for quantitatively evaluating food webs.
Clarifying the concepts of confidence and competence to produce appropriate self‐evaluation measurement scales
- J. Stewart, C. O'Halloran, J. Barton, S. J. Singleton, P. Harrigan, J. Spencer
- EducationMedical education
- 1 November 2000
The findings of a small‐scale qualitative study which explored the terms ‘confidence’ and ‘competence’ as useful measures in a self‐evaluation scale are discussed.
Identifying appropriate tasks for the preregistration year: modified Delphi technique
- J. Stewart, C. O'Halloran, P. Harrigan, J. A. Spencer, J. R. Barton, S. J. Singleton
- 24 July 1999
The tasks of house officers were identified but issues in using this method and in devising a universally acceptable list of tasks for preregistration houseOfficers were apparent.
School, State, and Society: The Growth of Elementary Schooling in Nineteenth-Century France--A Quantitative Analysis
The Development of a Corps of Public School Teachers in Canada, 1870–1980
- P. Harrigan
- EducationHistory of Education Quarterly
- 24 January 1992
The teacher rightly holds a prominent place in the educational, political, and social history of Canada. During the nineteenth century, provincial politicians, town councils, school administrators,…
Third Person: Authoring and Exploring Vast Narratives
The ever-expanding capacities of computing offer new narrative possibilities for virtual worlds. Yet vast narrativesfeaturing an ongoing and intricately developed storyline, many characters, and…
Second Person: Role-Playing and Story in Games and Playable Media
Shortlisted for the 2008 Diana Jones Award. and Finalist, 2007 Front Line Awards, given by Game Developer Magazine. Games and other playable forms, from interactive fictions to improvisational…
From the Salon to the Schoolroom: Educating Bourgeois Girls in Nineteenth-Century France
- P. Harrigan