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Everybody wins: DIY Open gamification 4All

Francisca Yonekura and Barbara Truman
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Everybody wins: DIY Open Gamification 4All Barbara Truman Francisca Yonekura UCF 2011 NMC Summer Conference
Madison, WI What's next? Cybersecurity Campus collective intelligence Policies Evidence over time Thank You
barbara.truman@ucf.edu
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