Supply chain simulator: A scenario-based educational tool to enhance student learning

  title={Supply chain simulator: A scenario-based educational tool to enhance student learning},
  author={Atiq Siddiqui and Mehmood Khan and Sohail Akhtar},
  journal={Computers & Education},
Simulation-based educational products are excellent set of illustrative tools that proffer features like visualization of the dynamic behavior of a real system, etc. Such products have great efficacy in education and are known to be one of the firstrate student centered learning methodologies. These products allow students to practice skills such as critical thinking and decision-making. In this paper, a case is presented where a scenario-based e-learning product namely ‘supply chain simulator… CONTINUE READING
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