Thursday, 26 July 2007

Conference proceedings for ISAGA2007

Chris (Goldsmith) and I have been working on a small project looking at the potential of using video simulation games in some of our teaching in Humanities. Anyway, a week ago (or so..... I'm a little tardy with the post) we attended the ISAGA conference in Nijmegen, Netherlands, to gain some insight into developments. Apart from being a great place it was also an excellent conference, with 200plus delegates and a wide range of presentations and workshops, covering all aspects of simulation design, use and evaluation. Those of you who are interested in the learning aspects of both online and offline simulations – and learning by doing - will find plenty of ideas, inspiration and a flavour of the diverse research in the area at the Isaga2007 conference Website.

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