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Remote Ready Biology Learning Activities

Remote Ready Biology Learning Activities has 50 remote-ready activities, which work for either your classroom or remote teaching.

Thinking About Segregation and Integration
An Interactive Scientific Exploration Using Models

Introduction The Basic Model Implications Exploration Tips An Advanced Model


Schelling's original publication:

Schelling, Thomas C. 1971. "Dynamic Models of Segregation." Journal of Mathematical Sociology 1:143-186.

Seeing Around Corners, an April 2002 Atlantic article by Jonathan Rauch about "artificial societies", including information about Schelling

Schelling's Segregation Model, information and a smaller applet

Schelling's Spatial Proximity Model of Segregation Revisited, paper at the 2003 meeting of the Society for Computational Economics

Migration Models, section of a draft book on Simulation for the Social Scientist, 1998

Schelling's Tipping Model, a free-standing program based on Axelrod (see below)

Resources for Agent Based Modelling, from Axelrod's Complexity of Cooperation Web Site

Agent Based Computations Economics and Complex Adaptive Systems, a directory of interactive computer demos, from the Agent-Based Computational Economics website

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