Student Perceptions of Simulation Games and Training Software on Improving Course Learning Objectives and Career Preparedness
Online simulation and training games were used in two undergraduate courses in agribusiness to help improve student understanding and course objectives. Students responded positively to the teaching activities. The activities also extended the out of class learning environment.
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- Litzenberg, Kerry K., 2010. "Great Teaching: Undergraduate Agricultural Economics Millennial Students," Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Cambridge University Press, vol. 42(03), pages 407-418, August.
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