Thesis Blog

Reorganizing My Research

Image Source: https://phys.org/news/2016-01-google-triumph-milestone-artificial-intelligence.html   While figuring out what my theoretical framework should be I realized that I needed to reorganize my list of research links on this website. I’ve collected a lot of articles and reference links from the early stages of my research till now and I find myself at the stage of writing my […]

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Finding a Theoretical Framework

Ticket to Ride by Alan R. Moon   One of the tasks that I was faced with while starting to write a rough draft for my thesis was to establish a theoretical framework to base my work on.  This was a bit challenging for me, but I understand the importance of this steps because it gives […]

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Updated Visual Timeline and GAP Analysis

I’m finishing up the 4th week of my Thesis II course at SCAD and it’s time to update visual timeline and do an analysis of what I need to work on over the next 2 weeks for the 45-hour review and what I need to complete during the rest of this course, over the summer, […]

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Updating the Thesis, Abstract, Outline, Bibliography, and Prototype

  During the past week, I have made progress on updating my thesis and abstract.  I really like the new focus on learning how to play table-top games through digital applications.  As an educator and table-top player who has struggled many times learning new games on my own, I believe that this new direction for […]

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Game Design & Technology Influences

  The following is a list of games and technologies that are either an inspiration or will be used as reference or technology in the development of my thesis research and visual prototype. Table-Top Games That DO NOT Have Digital Versions The following is a list of table-top board and card games that DO NOT […]

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