Academic gaming and simulation in education and training: proceedings of a conference jointly organised by the Society for Academic Gaming and Simulation in Education and Training and the Programmed Instruction Centre, Middlesex Polytechnic, held at the Middlesex Polytechnic at Enfield, 26 June 1974
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