Public Health Game/Simulation Usage
The University of Minnesota School of Public Health is assessing the use of three educational games/simulations: Outbreak at Watersedge, Epidemic!, and Disaster in Franklin County. They were developed over 10 years ago and have not been updated with current technology.
These games/simulations are older and some are in Flash, which will be increasingly difficult to use at the end of 2020. We are determining whether or not these are still in broad enough use that we should reinvest and redevelop.
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Which games/simulations do you use?
Outbreak at Watersedge
Disaster in Franklin County
What kind of educational institution do you use the games/simulations at?
College or University (Undergraduate students)
College or University (Graduate students)
I played one or more of these games as a student
I played one or more of these games on my own
What is the name of your educational institution?
Approximately how many students do you have using these games/simulations per year? (if relevant)
How do you use these games/simulations with your students? If you used it for another purpose, what was that purpose?
Are you interested in receiving emails about current and future SPH online trainings or courses? (No more than 1 email per month.)
Is there anything else we should know? This can include: what do you like about these games/simulations, what would you be interested in seeing added, what is outdated and could be updated, technology limitations of your students, etc.
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