Lead (Serious Games), The Logistics Institute-Asia Pacific, National University of Singapore
About the speaker:
Za’aba is the Lead for Serious Game projects at The Logistics Institute-Asia Pacific, NUS. He is in charge of multiple serious game prototype developments for the Institute. The games were developed based on the research works done by the Institute. The game titles have been presented in many industries both locally and internationally, with participants ranging from students to industry professionals to government officials.
Za’aba holds a degree in Information Technology and Business and a Specialist Diploma in Instructional Design for e-Learning. He has more than 15 years of local and overseas working experience in IT sector. He was instrumental in deploying e-learning initiatives and managing multi-million dollars E-Government projects locally & overseas. His works have been showcased in both local & overseas conferences.
Disaster Relief Game Synopsis: Disaster Relief game was inspired by the case studies done by The Logistics Institute-Asia Pacific, NUS for its Humanitarian Platform Workshops, conducted around the region. In this game, players assume the role of a humanitarian relief planner in a fictitious disaster-prone city. They must effectively manage their available resources to […]