Down the Rabbit Hole: A Pedagogical Twine Adventure
Down the Rabbit Hole: A Pedagogical Twine Adventure avatar

This week, rather than making a video, I decided to experiment a la what curry said in relation to his Prezi. I have made a Twine that explores, a little, Twine as an interface for learning but that most heavily focuses on my reinterpretation of an assignment I use in English 100, the “Writing Scrapbook.” 

Twine projects are not the easiest to share, but here is a Google doc link to it: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VcxtV76AdAe43oe4tS9jRnoiGwFLEivD/view?usp=sharing. You will need to download the file and open it on your computer. You then need to open the file using the “open with” a web browser option. If this doesn’t work well, I’ll host the link elsewhere. (Also, it’s opening fine via Firefox on my computer, but not Microsoft Edge).

Also, in the name of process, here is what the overview of the Twine game looks like from the meta-position: