4 Examples Of Simulation-Based Learning

March 12, 2019

This infographic roughly outlines 4 examples (aviation, medical, mathematics, and manufacturing) of where simulation tools are being used today to educate and train students and professionals.This piece is linked to our whitepaper, which explores 1) the history and evolution of digital computer simulations in the 21st century, 2) some of the uses and advantages of simulation tools in education and training today, 3) the effectiveness of these technologies backed by third-party research studies and evidence, and 4) some of the expected future uses (e.g. VR for military training) of these technologies within the educational space.

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