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Simulations in Prisons
Immersive Learning Research Network (2015)
  • Kim Read, Concordia University - Portland
As society has moved online, prison education has significantly lagged behind, hampering efforts to prepare released prisoners for work, education, and life outside a prison cell. Prisons have lacked the technology and educational programming to ready inmates for reintroduction into a digital society. This paper explores the benefits and challenges of eLearning in prisons and the role simulations could play in reducing recidivism and preparing released inmates for a technology-driven world.
Publication Date
June 30, 2015
Santa Barbara, CA
Citation Information
Kim Read. "Simulations in Prisons" Immersive Learning Research Network (2015)
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