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Links 1 through 5 of 5 by Mark Wagner tagged simulations

And this book from Clark Aldrich came out last month... yes, that's two books in two months for Aldrich. "This practical guide, written by education game expert Clark Aldrich, shows faculty members and instructional designers how to identify opportunities for building games, simulations, and virtual environments into the curriculum; how to successfully incorporate these interactive environments to enhance student learning; and how to measure the learning outcomes. It also discusses how to build institutional support for using and financing more complex simulations. The book includes frameworks, tips, case studies and other real examples, and resources."

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Clark Aldrich's latest book is now available from Amazon.

From the inside flap: The Complete Guide to Simulations and Serious Games offers an encyclopedic overview and complete lexicon for those who care about the next generation of educational media. This is the essential reference for not only those directly involved in simulations and serious games, but also for researchers and writers, computer game designers, policy makers, and entrepreneurs.

"Ready to blow your mind? Spend 15 seconds reading Clark Aldrich's The Complete Guide to Simulations and Serious Games. Witty, fast-paced, and non-linear—it's Spock meets Alton Brown." —Lynne Kenney, Psy.D., The Family Coach

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There are people much more on top of this than I am, but this open source "3D Application Server" is very exciting (in light of my dissertation research): "Out of the box, OpenSimulator can be used to simulate a virtual world similar to Second Life™ (including client compatibility)."

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Clark Aldrich offers a mindmap of sims, serious games, educational simulations and more. His blog is a steady stream of new terms and new ideas related to simulations and learning.

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