Perspectives on Academic Gaming and Simulation is the series title of the proceedings at the annual conferences of SAGSET (The Society for Academic Gaming and Simulation in Education and Training). The 1978 conference had as its theme Human factors in games and simulations, and its papers make up this volume edited by a past president of the Society's journal. The papers from the proceedings are grouped into five sections. Parts 1 and 2 concentrate on people's behaviour in gaming and simulation and on means of evaluating learning effectiveness; Part 3 looks at a number of specific games and simulations trying out new approaches; Part 4 provides some examples in the areas of teaching politics and English language; and the volume is rounded out in Part 5 with some views of the future.
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