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This page is for external links relevant to \textbf{The Writing Game} project.
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\item \hyperlink{Writing_Games_and_Contests}{1Writing Games and Contests}
\item \hyperlink{Writing_Applications}{2Writing Applications}
\item \hyperlink{Gamification_Sites}{3Gamification Sites}
\item \hyperlink{Other_Gaming_Sites}{4Other Gaming Sites}
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\subsection{ Writing Games and Contests }
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\item \href{http://750words.com/}{750 Words} is a site which gives you points if your write 3 pages (750 words) a day.
\item \href{http://frankenstory.com/}{Frankenstory} is a simple game where you write a passage and then email it to a friend who writes the next passage to create a very short story. It is designed for kids and includes an interesting "Stuck for ideas?" prompt that seems to generate ideas with a simple random algorithm.
\item \href{http://www.3daynovel.com/}{3-Day Novel Contest} has been running since 1977 and is run out of Vancouver.
\item \href{http://www.metronews.ca/edmonton/local/article/843041--writer-shops-for-publisher-with-public-three-day-novel}{3-Day Novel in Edmonton} is a story of a Canadian writer Don Britt who wrote a 3-Day novel in a Chapters in Edmonton.
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\subsection{ Writing Applications }
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\item \href{http://writeordie.com/}{Write or Die} is an iPad App, desktop app and web site where you have type or there are consequences like popups, loud sounds and even the deletion of what you did write!
\item \href{http://www.wikispaces.com/}{Wikispaces Classroom} is a wiki for courses. It has commenting features.
\item \href{http://etutoralberta.ca/}{eCampusAlberta eTutor} is an online tutoring system.
\item \href{http://www.elireview.com/}{Eli Review} "facilitates the essential write, review, revise process necessary to improve student outcomes."
\item \href{http://myreviewers.com/about/}{My Reviewers} helps people give reviews on writing.
\item \href{http://www.pearsoned.ca/highered/peerscholar/}{peerScholar} is a tool for students to comment and mark each other works. See the \href{http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/small-business/starting-out/u-of-t-professors-software-bring-students-into-the-grading-process/article18075267/}{Globe and Mail article}.
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\subsection{ Gamification Sites }
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\item \href{http://www.chorewars.com/}{Chore Wars} is a site for turning chores into games.
\item \href{http://plusoneme.com/}{+1 me (Plusoneme)} is a site where you can award someone a point for some ability.
\item \href{http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Gamification-3083943}{LinkedIn Gamification Group} is a open group for discussing gamification.
\item \href{http://prezi.com/hzqbzhjmcuyl/gamification/}{Prezi on Gamification} by Philip Vinogradov. Describes the gamification of a science class.
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\subsection{ Other Gaming Sites }
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\item \href{http://www.inewgames.com/}{New Games} is a site for cooperative physical "new games".
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