Jonathan Scoresby holds a M.Ed. in Instructional Technology from the University of Georgia and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in the same field from Utah State University. While in Georgia, Jon worked as a graduate assistant for the Office of Instructional Support & Development, helping design and develop instructional CD-ROMs and DVDs. Jon is currently a graduate assistant in the Creative Learning Environments (CLE) Lab, researching and developing interactive fiction for 9th grade students. His research interests include the educational games and simulation, and the effects of game player point-of-view. Jon participated in the design and development of the Voices of Spoon River instructional game.
Voices of Spoon River
Every cemetery has a plot, a series of secrets that some would prefer stayed buried.
Voices of Spoon River is a grassroots instructional game of text adventure using interactive
fiction to teach 9th grade English students.