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Exploring a Model for Training Simulations

Abstract: There has been ongoing discussion about possibility (or futility) of developing a typology of training simulations. However, there are ...

Simulated Social Interaction: Managing The Dissonance Of Social And Economic Transformation In The Public Domain

Abstract: There is a wide social and economic transformation from the hierarchical structures and industrial relationships with their roots in ...

Repurposing defence-based serious games to support induction training in the resources sector the lessons learnt from Project Canary

Abstract: This paper will report on the actual process of repurposing a defence simulation tool to support induction training in ...

Its all greek to me – crossing domain-specific boundaries to grow an internatinal simulation community

Abstract: Just as Servilius Casca in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar said “it was Greek to me” in reference to his inability ...

Digicon – it’s not digital but it is confronting

Abstract: Designing games for learning is a complex process requiring deep understanding of socio-cultural elements to be represented in the ...

considerations for serious games use in safety culture improvement in the resources industry

Abstract This paper will report on the actual process of creating a training simulation and the learning outcome considerations in ...

Closing The Loop – Embedding VVA as bridge

Abstract Traditionally the validation, verification and accreditation framework is employed to help define, test and accredit simulations against organisational requirements ...

Can Simulation Replace On The Job Training?

 Abstract: Simulation is rapidly becoming recognised as an integral part of the future of training in the resources industry. From ...