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The increasing impact of interaction on the narrative (stories) told in today and tomorrow’s educational and entertainment media requires a different perspective on story development. This class begins with an overview of the area and its history from the writer’s perspective, and then moves on to review and analyze common interactive structures and narrative requirements. Students are also exposed to the basic types of interactive narrative and media being created today, and conceptualize and develop their own interactive narrative projects.