I am teaching an undergraduate simulation course in the spring to industrial engineering students. I have plenty of lecture notes from colleagues, but I am missing simple classroom demos (like an Excel spreadsheet), classroom modeling activities, and case studies. This is a bleg for additional material to enhance my teaching. Please email me with any material or post a link. Thank you in advance!
December 30, 2013
do you have any material for teaching undergraduate simulation?
By Laura Albert
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