I ran a semester-long game in my music classes, detailed in the MOOC Case Book*.

*Donohue, P., Kelly, K., & Wilcox S. (2015) A Co-Evolution Story: Lessons Learned by Gamifying Two Online University Courses, The MOOC Case Book. Linus Books

Each section had its own team identity and competed on a variety of tasks including “helpful” forum participation, creative work, and exam scores.

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The following “galleries” to display exceptional student works. Each gallery annotated with ThingLink.com.

Creative Project 1: (Best 10 examples from approx. 200)

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Creative Project 2:

Creative Project 3:

All three galleries joined together into one large gallery at the end.
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Stephen Wilcox

Stephen Wilcox

Stephen Wilcox received a B.M. in instrumental performance (tuba) and a B.M. in music theory from West Chester University, a M.M. in Composition at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, as well as a Ph.D. in Composition at the University of Pennsylvania. Most recently, he has been creating online music theory courses for Rutgers University and working as an instructional designer at UC Berkeley.

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