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Video Games: Changing Stories and Changing Behaviors

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05/03/2017

Ann DeMarle, director of Champlain College’s Emergent Media Center, explores digital gaming, how designers and players both participate in the storytelling process, and ways some game creators seek to effect social change through gaming.

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