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Risk and Crisis Management Games

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Editorial Board
Aims & Scope
Risk and crisis management exercises such as forest fire and flooding disasters must for several reasons be carried out as games or simulations. The use of well-defined scenarios in virtual worlds have several benefits, where three of them are the cost efficiency, the infinite number of replications, and the possibility to allow participants to make mistakes without crucial consequences. However, lessons learnt from earlier virtual crisis management exercises are poor learning retention, and lack of learning analysis. How might the design of risk and crisis management games (RCMG) be enhanced and improved?Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Game-based crisis management exercises
  • Narration and scenarios for RCMG
  • Civic versus artificial intelligence in RCMG
  • Built-in learning analytics for RCMG
  • Immersion versus simplicity in RCMG
  • Virtual reality, Augmented reality and Mixed reality in RCMG
  • Design for multi-stakeholder collaboration in RCMG
  • Scripted collaboration in game scenarios on crisis management
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