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The narrative event diagram : a tool for designing professional simulations

Gould, Helyn and Hughes, Michael and Maharg, Paul and Nicol, Emma (2008) The narrative event diagram : a tool for designing professional simulations. In: Digital Simulations for Improving Education. Information Science Reference, pp. 101-118. ISBN 978-1605663227

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Abstract

Game-based learning and simulation is a powerful mode of learning, used by industries as diverse as aviation and health sciences.