Mapping Network Structure in Complex Community Collaboratives: A Teaching Simulation 

 by Mark W. Davis and Danielle M. Varda
of The School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado at Denver.


This simulation is an exercise to visualize the structure of four community coalitions.  Each community coalition includes a core set of players, information about assets/resources they bring to the coalition, existing relationships, and varying motivations. All simulations presented as a part of this exercise are based on real life events.  This simulation is designed to help students develop a key skill in terms of collaboration: the ability to visualize and map a network of relationships, followed by decision making based on information derived from the exercise. 


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