PAXsims

Conflict simulation, peacebuilding, and development

Daily Archives: 25/02/2010

PaxSims invites contributions!

As will be evident to regular readers, PaxSims welcomes submissions from guest contributors on the use of teaching and training simulations in the areas of conflict, peacebuilding, and development.

Do you have a simulation you use in the classroom? Working on a current simulation project or product? Have reflections on the uses (and abuses) of simulations from a practitioner viewpoint? An article or conference paper you would like publicized? A small tropical island that you would like to donate to us? We would love to hear from you!

Submissions can be sent to rex.brynen (at) mcgill.ca. Remember that this is a blog, so excessive formalism is discouraged, while ideas, reflections of simulation design, and provocative critiques are especially welcome. Contributions also need not be long—we simply would like to broaden the discussion.

Oh and yes, we were kidding about the island (although it would be nice).

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