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Title: The use of computer-assisted, interactive role-play simulation in Hong Kong
Authors: Chang, J 
Mak, WM 
To, C 
Moon, K
Choi, KF
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Association for Business Simulation and Experiential learning
Source: Developments in business simulation and experiential learning, 2007, v. 34, p. 94-100 How to cite?
Journal: Developments in business simulation and experiential learning 
Abstract: This paper reports feedback from both undergraduate and postgraduate students’ participation in Fish Bank, Ltd., a computerassisted, interactive role-playing simulation in which teams are to manage a fishing company to compete in the fishing industry. The survey focused on how students viewed computerassisted, interactive role-playing simulation as a learning tool for them and how they perceived that this type of role-playing simulation can actually help them understand the subject matter more in depth. Overall results are highly favorable at postgraduate level and favorable at undergraduate level respectively.
Description: Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning Annual Conference, San Antonio, USA, 22-23 March 2007
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/62987
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