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Gamification and Interactive Storytelling Using Twine

October 14, 2021, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. 

In-person in Cook 404B and virtually via Zoom.

Learn the skills to make (and teach) interactive storytelling using Twine. 

Interactive, game-like experiences can help students engage more deeply with academic content. Making those interactive experiences to teach an audience will take your students to a whole new level of understanding your material. 

Indie game developers, new media artists, and interactive filmmakers have built a community around using the browser-based tool Twine to create interactive experiences. Learn Twine to help you and your students create interactive fiction and text-based video games that can make learning more entertaining and immersive. No programming experience is required. 

View examples of Twines.  

Ryan Murray, FACET Fellow for Emerging Technology 

Register in-person or via Zoom.

Dial-In Information

via Zoom.

Thursday, October 14, 2021 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

FACET, 404B Cook Library

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Academic Affairs, Faculty Academic Center of Excellence at Towson

Target Audience



faculty, facet


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