Monthly Archives: March 2012
As Rex noted below, CASL is launching a new distributed series of Lectures on Strategic Gaming. This initiative grew out of discussions at last year’s Connections Conference where the Working Group on Professional Development identified a need for more educational programs for … Continue reading
The Center for Applied Strategic Learning at National Defense University is launching their new (virtual) lecture series on strategic gaming on April 4 in the best possible way, with a lecture by Peter Perla on “The Way of the Wargamer.” … Continue reading
PAXsims has a nice review of Phillip Sabins “Simulating War”. I have it on order.
I’m working on putting together a forum on the undersea domain in warfare (ya, I know its not an official “domain” – but the JCAs do treat it like one 😉 ) to be held in June-ish in D.C. Area. … Continue reading
Hat tip to Jim Lewis 😉 International Security and Relations Network has a weeklong series on “The Power of Gaming” this week. I am a bit pressed for time this week, so I will post the links now and will … Continue reading
No, not understanding soft power by gaming – but using gaming techniques to exert soft power… Science Daily reports on some interesting research that has researchers using gaming techniques to “nudge” people to behave in ways the researchers desire. Is … Continue reading