International Simulation and Gaming Association (ISAGA)
Association internationale de simulation et de jeux d'entreprises
27 June 1970, Bonn (Germany FR)/Bad Godesberg (Germany FR). First constitution and bylaws adopted, 7 July 1972, Birmingham (UK), at 3rd International Conference on Simulation and Gaming. Registered as an association according to Dutch law, 28 Apr 2010.
Promote gaming simulation methods, including research, consulting, learning and teaching methods, such as traditional business and management simulation games, policy exercises, computer simulations and computer-supported simulation games, role play, learning games, scenarios, dynamic case studies, experiential learning activities, business-theatre, etc.Available with paid subscription only.
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