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Making Science Accessible

Increasingly the social and biological sciences are using agent based models / social simulations to understand the complex dynamics of systems and ecosystems of interacting learners. We should facilitate the "gamification" of these simulations as a standard scientific output for making the science more understandable outside of the laboratory. Agent-based models are already more intuitive since they are expressed in ...more »

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Share Research Results through Games

Videogames provide a promising way for sharing research results with adult audiences, thereby increasing the impact of knowledge Law of the Jungle is a free game developed at Harvey Mudd College that translates insights from the social science research on what it will take to protect tropical forests. Geared toward Grade 11 through adults See rulechangers.org

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