A Values and Ethics Game Simulation Initiative
Collected Research Based Articles and Papers (PDFs)

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Assessing the Effectiveness of Digital Game-based Learning Best Practices
All, A., Nu, E.P., Castellar, N., & Looy, J. (2015). Defines "best practices" for effectiveness assessment of educational games.

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Best Practices in Instructional Design of Serious Games
Designing Digitally, Inc. (2015). An overview of the key "Best Practices" factors in Serious Games.

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Ethics and Robot Design Discussion
Millar, J. (2015). Sketching an ethics evaluation tool for robot design. Draft for discussion at "We Robot 2015".

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Ethics Assessment: Teaching Students how to Analyze Ethics
Jackson, X., Jasensky, Z., Liang, V., Moore, M. & Rogers, J. (2015). A joint-venture approach in teaching students how to recognize and analyze ethics. Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

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Ethics Assessment: Principles and Approaches
Nielsen, R., Gurzawska, A. & Brey, P. (2015). Ethical assessment of research and innovation: A comparative analysis of practices and institutions in the EU and selected other countries. From: Ethical Impact Assessment of Research and Innovation - SATORI, June 2015.

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Gamification Research: Collected Papers
Birk, M., Mandryk, R., Bowey J. & Buttlar, B., et al. (2015). Researching gamification: Strategies, opportunities, challenges, ethics.

Included Papers:

  • The Effects of Adding Premise and Backstory to Psychological Tasks
  • Mobile Gamification for Experiment Data Collection: Leveraging the Freemium Model
  • Design Considerations for Creating Game-Based Social Experiments
  • BudgetWiser: Gamification Design Opportunities in the Government Budget Domain
  • Gamification Ethics: Exploitation and Manipulation
  • BlobSnake: Gamification of Feature Selection for Human Activity Recognition
  • Gamifying Research on Children's Understanding of Law in their Lives
  • Experiences with a Gamified Online Questionnaire for Crowdsourcing Human Recycling Capabilities
  • It’s Complicated: The ethics of gamified labor
  • Score design for meaningful gamification
  • Family Support to Improve Physical Activity in COPD: Game as a Research Tool
  • Measuring User Engagement in an Enterprise Gamified System
  • Moving Beyond the Effectiveness of Gamification

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Gaming in Nursing Education
Graham, I., & Richardson, E. (2008). Experiential gaming to facilitate cultural awareness: its implication for developing emotional caring in nursing. Learning in Health and Social Care, v7(1) 37–45.

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Simulations in Business Ethics Education
Fong, M. (2015). Using technology to support discussions on sensitive topics in the study of business ethics. Journal of Information Technology Education: Research, 14, 243-256.

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Simulations in Distance Learning: Collected Papers
International Conference on Distance Learning, Simulation and Communication - DLSC 2015 Proceedings.

Selected Papers:

  • Safe Path Planning Using Cell Decomposition Approximation
  • The Cefme Portal ‒ Distance Preparation and Support of the National Administrators
  • Possibilities of Educational Processes Simulations in the Virtual Universities Cyberspace
  • Ethics and Values Education with the Use of Ict
  • Advanced Persistent Threat and Spear Phishing Emails
  • Interconnectivity Simulation Tools - Tower Simulator of Air Traffic Controllers
  • Java Based Development of Online Experiments
  • E-Learning Project ‒ Power Engineering Dictionary
  • Distance Learning Using Remote Access
  • Blended Learning in Practice
  • E-Learning Support for Practical Exercises of Special Measuring Tasks
  • E-Learning as Tool of Security Management Preparation
  • Computer Modeling and Simulation of Power Mosfet Properties in Interactive E-Learning Course
  • Educational Software in Integrated Cognitive Fields
  • Use of Simulation in Cooperation Training of Critical Infrastructure Entities
  • Professionals Call for Improving Foreign Languages Competence
  • Individualized On-Line Education in Stem
  • MOOCS ‒ Selected Social and Educational Aspects

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Simulations in Employment Law Education
Strevens, C. & Welch, R. (2014). Simulation and the leaning of the law: Constructing and using an online transactional assessment in employment law. University of Portsmouth.

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Simulations in Intercultural Studies
Fowler, S., & Pusch, M. (2010).Intercultural simulation games: A review (of the United States and beyond). Simulation & Gaming, v41(1) 94–115

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Simulations in Leadership Development
Mallory, L. & Scher, A. (2015) Leadership development: Congressional simulation exercise in the introduction to American Government course. Master Teacher Program, West Point Academy.

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Simulations in Leadership Education
Shapira-Lishchinsky, O. (2014). Simulation-based constructivist approach for education leaders. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, v12(6) 1-17.

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Simulations in Management Education: Design Consideration
Charmayne Cullom, C. & Rowley, D. (1996). Design considerations for computer simulation games in the management discipline. Journal of International Information Management, v6(1) 41-48.

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Simulations in Medicine Education
Graur, F. (2014). Virtual Reality in Medicine — Going Beyond the Limits. Chapter 2 in The Thousand Faces of Virtual Reality (from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/the-thousand-faces-of-virtual-reality).

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Simulations in Medicine and Telemedicine Education: Collected Papers
Nambudiri, V., Gunderman, R., Freudenberg, N., Yellowlees, P., et al. (2014). Telemedicine’s challenges to the medical profession. American Medical Association Journal of Ethics, v16(12), 955-1035.

Selected Papers:

  • Telemedicine: A Dynamic and Expanding Practice
  • Teleradiology: The Importance of Communication
  • Telepsychiatry as Part of a Comprehensive Care Plan
  • The Tele-ICU
  • Telemedicine: Its Opportunities and Challenges
  • The George Washington University Emergency Medicine
  • Telemedicine and Digital Health Fellowship
  • Privacy and Security Concerns in Telehealth
  • The Success of Telehealth Care in the Indian Health Service
  • Telemedicine Use in International Relief Efforts
  • Telemedicine: Innovation Has Outpaced Policy
  • Interstate Licensure for Telemedicine: The Time Has Come
  • Telemedicine’s Potential Ethical Pitfalls

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Simulations in Nursing Care Education
Harmon, C. A. (2015). A mixed methods case study exploring simulation and caring in nursing education. Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the Louisiana State University

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Simulations in Nursing Education
Tosterud, R. (2015). Simulation used as a learning approach in nursing education. Dissertation: Karlstad University.

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Simulations in Nursing Education
Wright, W. & Everett, F. (2015). Using simulation to aid students’ documentation. Nursing Times, v111(8), 18-19.

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Simulations in Nursing and Midwifery Education
Buxton, M., Phillippi, J., & Collins, R. (2014). Simulation: A new approach to teaching ethics. Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health, v00(0), 1-5.

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Simulations in Politics Education
Usherwood, S. (2015). Simulations in Politics: a guide to best practice. Report and Guide from: The Higher Education Academy.

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Teaching Professional Ethics: Medicine
Carrese, J., Malek, J., et al. (2015). The Essential Role of Medical Ethics Education in Achieving Professionalism: The Romanell Report. Academic Medicine, v90(6), 1-9.

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Teaching Professional Ethics: Psychology
Boccio, D. (2015). A brief guide to teaching professional ethics in a graduate preparation program. National Association of School Psychologists, Ethics Advisory Bulletin (from: http://www.nasponline.org/standards/ethics/).

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Mobile Learning Games (IPhone/Android) Classroom Integration
Buck, T., Revoir, R. (2016). A critical evaluation of a content-based IPhone/Android app questionaire. A Values and Ethics Game Simulation Initiative.