I am thrilled to announce that I have been accepted into the University of Missouri’s Masters Program in Instructional Design and Learning Technologies! This opportunity is a dream come true, and I can’t wait to dive deep into the field of instructional design and learning technologies.

This calls for sweet, briny, East Coast oysters!

One area of research I am particularly excited about is the use of serious games for educational purposes. I am looking forward to exploring the intersection of gaming and education, and learning how to design games that effectively teach and train players.

As part of the program, I will also have the opportunity to work on user interface design, play testing, and assistive technologies. I am eager to learn more about how these tools can be used to make learning more accessible and engaging for all students.

My ultimate goal is to work as a narrative designer and game writer in the industry, particularly for Pokémon. I am excited to learn more about game writing and design through the program and gain the skills and knowledge necessary to achieve this goal.

Thank you to everyone who has supported me throughout my journey, I’m so excited to see what the future holds

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3 responses to “The University of Missouri: the Acceptance Letter Arrives. Open it? Burn and Hide?”

  1. Congratulations- so exciting! 🙂

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    1. Thank you, dear! If only you were here to lead the way 😉 I can certainly use a familiar face among this new cohort. I’d love to catch up and hear about your past year. Fire me an email, andriani1208@gmail.com

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  2. Fantastic news Nicholas and thanks for sharing! Love the briny east coast libation celebrations too, nice work. Super cool plan you have there, too…

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