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Interactive Web-Based Simulation for Supply Chain Education
Crowe, John; Tobail, Ayman; Arisha, Amr
Knowledge economies are based on the concept of knowledge transfer between education institutes and stakeholders. In response, the significant move away from traditional teaching methods to the emerging paradigm of eLearning has become increasingly in evidence across many academic disciplines. To assist in the transition from traditional learning to eLearning, more interactive and virtually orientated teaching aids are needed. This chapter introduces a simulation-based learning framework that integrates web-based simulation and a web content management hierarchy model. Using the complex subject of supply chain management as a case study, the new framework allows users to examine various real-life strategic management scenarios, encourages group work and has remote access capabilities for distance learning. Interactive learning is facilitated using the web-based simulation portal, enabling instructors to demonstrate the complexity of decisions in multiple criteria environment and also show the users the impact of strategies on performance. Supply chain simulation creates an animated experience and better understanding of system dynamics including risk. The framework assists in the knowledge and skills transfer between third-level education institutes and their stakeholders, primarily industry partners and the wider community
Keyword(s): web based learning; Supply Chain management; Business Administration, Management, and Operations; Education
Publication Date:
2012
Type: Other
Peer-Reviewed: Unknown
Institution: Dublin Institute of Technology
Citation(s): Books/Book Chapters
Publisher(s): Dublin Institute of Technology
File Format(s): application/pdf
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