Call for Contributions

Your way to active participation

There are many possibilities for those interested to participate actively at the Forum. The Call will be finished on 28 February 2021. In connection thereto, the program will be published on this website.

The diverse program offers interactive workshops, current Best-Practice lectures and scientific lectures combined with the option to publish an scientific article in the CMS-publication series.

Options of participation

Interactive Workshops

In the workshops, interactive content is developed in 45 or 90 minutes together with the participants. The focus is not on a concrete business game, but rather on elements of the seminar concept, the methodical enrichment of seminars, the integration into the learning context or small, flexible games.

Expected Duration: 45 (or 90) minutes

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Best-Practice-Talk

In a discussion with our moderator team you can present your best practice ideas for the simulation game method. We are interested in what innovative ideas, approaches or formats you have developed and used. The conversation should contribute to the discussion and further development of the simulation method.Expected duration: 20 minutes talk and 5-10 minutes discussion

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Scientific Talk and article in publication series

Our science talk "On the couch with..." presents new scientific discussions and research results. An anthology on the topic of the simulation game forum and the current round of the German Simulation Game Award is planned in the ZMS publication series. You are welcome to apply for it with your contribution

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Blog on "Planspiel+"

In thematic attendance to the European Simulation And Gaming Forum, discussion contributions will be blogged on "Planspiel+" in form of Best-Practice-Examples, innovative ideas, critical questions or scientifc aspects.

As part of the crossmedia format, selected contributions will be integrated into the CMS - Publication Series.

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