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4. Arab-Israli Conflict Simulation

posted Nov 19, 2010, 8:43 PM by Jeff Ogden   [ updated Jun 2, 2014, 8:50 AM ]
"Institutional Gaming through the use of Computer Conferencing", Fredrick L. Goodman, In Empowering networks: computer conferencing in education, Michael Waggoner (Ed.), 1992, pp. 101-126

Arab-Israli Conflict Web site: http://aic.conflix.org/

Arab-Israli Conflict Web site, Interactive Communications & Simulations, University of Michigan-Flint and Ann Arbor: http://ics.soe.umich.edu/main/section/2

"Politics and Computers" in U-M Computing News, University of Michigan Computing Center, pp. 3-4, v.1, #8, 10 November 1986
The use of Confer by Fred Goodman and Edgar Taylor of the School of Education, and Raymond Tanter in Political Science at U-M, in their courses Poll Sci 471, "American Foreign Policy Process" and Poli Sci 353, "Arab-Israeli Conflict."