Training and learning for crisis management using a virtual simulation/gaming environment

@article{Walker2011TrainingAL,
  title={Training and learning for crisis management using a virtual simulation/gaming environment},
  author={Warren E. Walker and Jordan Giddings and Stuart Armstrong},
  journal={Cognition, Technology & Work},
  year={2011},
  volume={13},
  pages={163-173}
}
Recent advances in computers, networking, and telecommunications offer new opportunities for using simulation and gaming as methodological tools for improving crisis management. It has become easy to develop virtual environments to support games, to have players at distributed workstations interacting with each other, to have automated controllers supply exogenous events to the players, to enable players to query online data files during the game, and to prepare presentation graphics for use… CONTINUE READING
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