Enhancing Learning with Simulation and Prediction Markets – Insights from Game-Based Learning Research

Herbert Remidez

University of Dallas

Herbert Remidez is an Associate Professor at the University of Dallas. He established the Master of Science in Business Analytics program at the University of Dallas. Previously, he served as the Associate Dean for Professional Development at the University of Dallas. Dr. Remidez has taught courses in predictive modeling, data management, quantitative methods, advanced business analytics, IT project management, IT program management and IT strategy and governance. Herbert’s research interests include machine learning, predictive analytics, and aggregating information to improve project duration and cost estimates.


Shortly after the first video games were created educators began experimenting with harnessing them to support learning in classrooms. Early experiments involved incorporating off-the-shelf commercial games. These efforts... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Herbert Remidez (University of Dallas)
  2. Michael Stodnick (University of Dallas)
  3. Sri Beldona (University of Dallas)

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