cc @hennesss I just did a G+ Hangout with some teachers who had never heard of ARIS before but are interested in learning more about it. They’re interested in deploying a unit involving history, ecology and first-person narratives. We didn’t
I see three separate stamps in this hidden object scene from Vanishing Hitchhiker, and that’s only because one I thought at first was a stamp I later (through much squinting decided was a razor.
By which I mean what. the. feack. Behold this hidden object scene from Crisp App’s Time Trap: One of the objects to find is “bottle” yet there’s no less than five bottles in this scene. For a game where points
About the joys of unexpectedly locating the ghost of Dorothy Canfield Fisher in the parking lot. Featuring our lead QA tester, and me. Sorry the audio in the beginning of the clip is so terrible, btw. I was trying to
A scene from the great QR code theft, featuring our lead QA tester. Btw, Lucy Wu is the title character of The Great Wall of Lucy Wu, one of the DCF books this year and a clue in the game.
Well so far we’ve only lost 1.5 QR codes and a table. One disappeared mysteriously from on top of a vending machine and had to be replaced on the fly, and the other I managed to talk the dining room
1. “Dorothy just popped up again. Turn her down!” 2. “45 minutes before the first QR code was stolen. 45 minutes. Stay classy, librarians.” 3. “Is she still popping up?”
It’s not quite Credly badge integration (the attribute doesn’t link out to the live site) but after much wrangling, it works: you answer questions about 15 books, win the game and get the Winning Reader badge. There’s got to be
Next week, my nascent group of Burlington-area ARIS developers will be meeting to begin work on the construction of “DCF Book Run”, a game in which players will complete up to thirty mini-challenges to demonstrate that they’ve read the thirty