The Right Kind Of Telling: An Analysis of Feedback and Learning in a Journalism Epistemic Game

@article{Hatfield2015TheRK,
  title={The Right Kind Of Telling: An Analysis of Feedback and Learning in a Journalism Epistemic Game},
  author={D. Hatfield},
  journal={Int. J. Gaming Comput. Mediat. Simulations},
  year={2015},
  volume={7},
  pages={1-23}
}
  • D. Hatfield
  • Published 2015
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Int. J. Gaming Comput. Mediat. Simulations
Epistemic network analysis provides a useful method for measuring the development of meaningful skills and ways of thinking for participants in epistemic games. This study compares the development of an epistemic frame in a journalism epistemic game, science.net, a role-playing game modeled on authentic journalism practice in which students take on the role of journalists and interact with fellow students and mentors, with a professional journalism practicum. Analyzing the discourse produced by… Expand
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