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David Williamson Shaffer is a curriculum developer, teacher-trainer, and game designer. He is an assistant professor of learning science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a game scientist at the Academic Advanced Distributed Learning CoLaboratory.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Career education -- Computer-assisted instruction.
Career choice -- Computer-assisted instruction.
Computer games.
Learning, Psychology of.
Virtual reality in education.