Dolly Joseph designs and implements curriculum, currently as the Program Director of Computers4Kids, a mentoring and technology training program serving low-income youth in central Virginia. While with C4K, she has further developed and refined the curriculum and evaluation tools of the mentoring program, and launched a new program continuing service for graduates. Dolly has over nine years of experience in the educational field, working with kindergarteners to adults, and specializing in ESL learners and technology instruction. Dolly earned a Ph.D. from the University of Virginia, and has served on the board of North American Simulation and Gaming Association.
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Articles by Dolly Joseph
Alternate Reality Games (ARGs) facilitate e-Learning while maintaining motivation. They are excellent tools to encourage collective intelligence, collaborative play, and distributed storytelling in an educational environment. ARGs also help to increase communication, and raise awareness about products and causes. Read this case study, assemble your design team, and create a successful game!