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Real Time Research: Improvisational Game Scholarship

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Real Time Research: Improvisational Game Scholarship
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Publisher: ETC Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0557688760
Number of pages: 194

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Real-Time Research is all about reconnecting with the thrill of discovery that initially led us into the age of science - ask an intriguing question, refine it with a diverse group of exciting minds, then go look for an answer. This zooms in on what is fun about science and excites the desire to quickly test more and more ideas, questions, and projects.

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