I'm teaching a college level class on conflict management and I'm thinking about having the students create little games (or at least stories) on Twine. I love how easy it is to use! There's very little learning curve to produce something and I think it could work really well. I just have one major concern left.
First, collaboration. If they're working in groups, the fact that twine files are saved locally seems like it could cause some problems. My current idea is that they would have to work on it one at a time, download the file, share it with the next person who would then import it. If they all work on it at the same time, there seems to be no way to merge versions and that would cause problems.
Other the questions I think I'll be asked and would love suggestions on:
How do I do this? - Cheers for a great wiki!
How do we keep track of edits? Re-save with version numbers/dates.
How do I submit this? Send me the html file and I'll import to my twine
How does the instructor check if the requirements are met? If I have the html file, I can see the word count.
Anything would be helpful! Thanks!