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Simulated State University: A Computer-Assisted Experiential Exercise for Teaching Student Affairs Internship Seminars
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College Student Affairs Journal Volume 17, Number 2, ISSN 0888-210X

Abstract

Discusses Simulated State University (SSU), an experimental learning exercise designed to integrate technology and provide a safe forum for students in a second-year internship seminar to act as entry-level professionals. Provides suggestions for implementing SSU in both counseling and student affairs preparation programs. (Author/MKA)

Citation

Bowman, R.L., Newman, P.P., Bowman, V.E. & Bishop, R.M. (1998). Simulated State University: A Computer-Assisted Experiential Exercise for Teaching Student Affairs Internship Seminars. College Student Affairs Journal, 17(2), 32-43. Retrieved November 28, 2021 from .

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