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APSA Teaching and Learning Conference 2011

The American Political Science Association has issued a call for paper and workshop proposals for its 8th annual Teaching and Learning Conference, which will be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico on 11-13 February 2011. The conference includes a track on “Simulations and Role Playing,” and “especially welcome[s] papers that incorporate experiential learning, methods of assessment, the use of technology, and implications for diversity.”

You’ll find more details on the APSA website, including links to papers presented at earlier conferences. The deadline for proposals is September 15.

MODSIM World 2010

 The MODSIM World 2010 conference will be held in Hampton, Virginia on October 13–15, 2010. For further details, see the conference website here.

MODSIM Conference and Expo

MODSIM World is a unique multi-disciplinary international conference for the exchange of modeling and simulation knowledge, research and technology across industry, government and academia.

This year, the conference focus is 21st Century Decision-Making: The Art of Modeling & Simulation. Speakers, educational tracks, presentations, and product demonstrations will center on using modeling and simulation tools and practices in decision-making in today’s challenging operating environments. Attendees will learn about new applications and practices and have an opportunity to network with other industry professionals….


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