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Game On Tutorial: Discord for Reacting

  • January 21, 2021
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Discord
  • 27


  • For those who are not yet members of the Reacting Consortium

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In this Discord tutorial, we'll share some of what we've learned about using discord to support your Reacting class. This session will go beyond the overview, and share practical tips on setting up and using your discord server. There will also be times for questions at the end. This is also a great opportunity to help train Teaching Assistants or Preceptors who may be helping your classes. 

You'll learn:
Why you may wish to use Discord for your classes
The basics of how to set up a discord server, and ways to organize it
How to introduce your students to discord (
they may already be on it)
Considerations for integrations

Ray Kimball is the Chief of Faculty Development at the U.S. Military Academy. He’s been using Reacting for six years and authored a number of games on the Reacting Consortium Library. He has a decade of knowledge derived from creating game-based educational modules that challenge students to inhabit the identities of historical actors, better understanding the complex forces that drive decision-making and actions. 

60 Minutes

To learn more about how to set up and use these platforms, check out our other events.

Contact mprovo@barnard.edu

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