The Games and Professional Simulations (GAPS) Research Consortium is made up of researchers, educators, and tech developers who study, design, and build virtual internships and innovative assessment tools. GAPS is led by the Epistemic Games Group at the University of Wisconsin, and it includes members from Aalborg Universitet, the Institute for Intelligent Systems at the University of Memphis, the Massachusetts Audubon Society, the Open Universiteit Nederland, the University of Georgia, the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, and the University of Pittsburgh.


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Epistemic Games Group
University of Wisconsin



Institute for Intelligent Systems
University of Memphis



Audubon Society



Open Universiteit Nederland


Rowan University

Rowan University


Univeristy of Georgia

University of Georgia



University of Massachusetts



Aalborg Universitet
Copenhagen, Denmark


Advisory Board


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This work was funded in part by the National Science Foundation (DRL-0918409, DRL-0946372, DRL-1247262, DRL-1418288, DRL-1661036, DRL-1713110, DUE-0919347, DUE-1225885, EEC-1232656, EEC-1340402, REC-0347000), the MacArthur Foundation, the Spencer Foundation, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The opinions, findings, and conclusions do not reflect the views of the funding agencies, cooperating institutions, or other individuals.