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      Hi

      First off I hope I am posting in the correct forum.

      I am studying a masters in intelligent Computer Assisted Learning and I have a dissertation to complete. I propose to measure the performance of learners providing adaptation versus not providing adaptation within an educational game. I had a game chosen for this study called S.C.R.U.B. (Super Covert Removal of Unwanted Bacteria)
      Here are some links explaining how it works.

      http://lcc.gatech.edu/~bmedler3/?page_id=6
      http://adam.lcc.gatech.edu/?page_id=11

      I have just found out that this game will not be made available to me.

      I was wondering if anyone knows of a similiar serious game that I could possibly use? Or if anyone has developed a similiar idea? The learning content does not matter but it needs to adapt to different types of learners and their preferences like the S.C.R.U.B. game does.

      Any help would be really appreciated.

      Thanks

      Jordan

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