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 ===Who Should Use StudyCrafter?​=== ===Who Should Use StudyCrafter?​===
-StudyCrafter is designed for anyone interested in learning how to conduct a research experiment. ​ Currently, StudyCrafter is used by college students to learn how to create scientific ​experiments ​and develop replications or novel experimental ideas on how to test for scientific principles.+StudyCrafter is designed for anyone interested in learning how to conduct a research experiment. ​ Currently, StudyCrafter is used by college students to learn how to create scientific ​projects ​and develop replications or novel experimental ideas on how to test for scientific principles.
  
 However, any learner from any age range can use StudyCrafter. However, any learner from any age range can use StudyCrafter.
  
 ===How to Use StudyCrafter?​=== ===How to Use StudyCrafter?​===
-StudyCrafter utilizes the basic concept of storyboarding to create the research ​experiments.  Each experiment in StudyCrafter is a Project. ​ The different parts of the experiment are Scenes. ​ Within each scene, the user can add a layout with characters, backgrounds,​ and objects. ​ Those assets can then be scripted to allow for dialogue, movement, conditional branching, and layering. ​ Once the scenes are created, you play the project. ​ StudyCrafter autosaves in the background, so there is never a need to save your work.+StudyCrafter utilizes the basic concept of storyboarding to create the research ​projects.  Each experiment in StudyCrafter is a Project. ​ The different parts of the experiment are Scenes. ​ Within each scene, the user can add a layout with characters, backgrounds,​ and objects. ​ Those assets can then be scripted to allow for dialogue, movement, conditional branching, and layering. ​ Once the scenes are created, you play the project. ​ StudyCrafter autosaves in the background, so there is never a need to save your work.
  
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