Simulation games in education
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This folder contains materials created by Jim Sutton relating to the 1974 Avalon Hill game Rise and Decline of the Third Reich. Sutton and four of his high school classmates played this game in order to write a paper for their Government and Free Enterprise class during Sutton's 1974-1975 senior year at Cortez High School in Phoenix, Arizona. These materials include a copy of their paper, titled "World War II: A 20/20 Hindsight View," as well as copies of pages from Sutton's yearbook and a...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract The Sumerian Game collection contains three teletype printouts from the Sumerian Game (also called Sumer), one of the first educational computer games, along with photographic slides and a research report filed to the Office of Education at the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. The dated materials are from 1962-1967, though some items are undated. Scans of the slides were created...
Collection — Digital: [William J. Hoyt Dungeons & Dragons collection]
Abstract The William J. Hoyt Dungeons & Dragons collection is a compilation of scans, photographs, and digital files documenting Hoyt’s personal involvement with Dungeons & Dragons and other role-playing games. The bulk of the materials are dated between 1966 and 1979.