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Knoxville, Tennessee,37996

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The teaching methodology of Marketplace Live business simulations has been developed by Dr. Ernest Cadotte, professor of Marketing at the University of Tennessee.
Dr. Cadotte worked with a dozen of international faculty to create a robust simulation model that covers the essence of every functional area of business and their interconnectedness with maximum realism. Ernest R. Cadotte © 2017 | Privacy policy | Terms of use | Return policy | Contact us | ILS logo Innovative Learning Solutions


www.marketplace-simulation.com

That's when Dr. Ernest Cadotte, professor of Marketing at the University of Tennessee, started experimenting with novel teaching approaches in marketing and business, something that would become his passion for decades to come.
As personal computers became mainstream in the 90's, Dr. Cadotte developed the first computerized version of Marketplace. Together with a dozen of international faculty and content experts, he created a robust computer-based simulation model that covered the essence of every functional area of business and their interconnectedness. Dr. Cadotte started using the game with his undergraduate and MBA students at the University of Tennessee. In the spring of 1996, Dr. Cadotte recruited an undergraduate team from the Brno Technical University in the Czech Republic to compete with four American teams at the University of Tennessee. This was the first experiment involving student teams competing over the Internet. It was a rough beginning, but a successful one. Soon after, a few dozen schools adopted Marketplace for their courses, using the crude FTP technology to transfer data to and from the simulation processing center in Knoxville, Tennessee. As Internet technologies evolved, Dr. Cadotte and his small team of researchers at the university created Web Marketplace - the first fully web-based business simulation on the market. Dr. Ernest Cadotte Customer Support Ernie Cadotte Ernest R. Cadotte © 2017 | Privacy policy | Terms of use | Return policy | Contact us | ILS logo Innovative Learning Solutions


www.marketplace-simulation.com

That's when Dr. Ernest Cadotte, professor of Marketing at the University of Tennessee, started experimenting with novel teaching approaches in marketing and business, something that would become his passion for decades to come.
As personal computers became mainstream in the 90's, Dr. Cadotte developed the first computerized version of Marketplace. Together with a dozen of international faculty and content experts, he created a robust computer-based simulation model that covered the essence of every functional area of business and their interconnectedness. Dr. Cadotte started using the game with his undergraduate and MBA students at the University of Tennessee. In the spring of 1996, Dr. Cadotte recruited an undergraduate team from the Brno Technical University in the Czech Republic to compete with four American teams at the University of Tennessee. This was the first experiment involving student teams competing over the Internet. It was a rough beginning, but a successful one. Soon after, a few dozen schools adopted Marketplace for their courses, using the crude FTP technology to transfer data to and from the simulation processing center in Knoxville, Tennessee. As Internet technologies evolved, Dr. Cadotte and his small team of researchers at the university created Web Marketplace - the first fully web-based business simulation on the market. Dr. Ernest Cadotte Customer Support Ernie Cadotte Ernest R. Cadotte © 2016 | Privacy policy | Terms of use | Return policy | Contact us | ILS logo Innovative Learning Solutions


www.marketplacesimulation.com

That's when Dr. Ernest Cadotte, professor of Marketing at the University of Tennessee, started experimenting with novel teaching approaches in marketing and business, something that would become his passion for decades to come.
As personal computers became mainstream in the 90's, Dr. Cadotte developed the first computerized version of Marketplace. Together with a dozen of international faculty and content experts, he created a robust computer-based simulation model that covered the essence of every functional area of business and their interconnectedness. Dr. Cadotte started using the game with his undergraduate and MBA students at the University of Tennessee. In the spring of 1996, Dr. Cadotte recruited an undergraduate team from the Brno Technical University in the Czech Republic to compete with four American teams at the University of Tennessee. This was the first experiment involving student teams competing over the Internet. It was a rough beginning, but a successful one. Soon after, a few dozen schools adopted Marketplace for their courses, using the crude FTP technology to transfer data to and from the simulation processing center in Knoxville, Tennessee. As Internet technologies evolved, Dr. Cadotte and his small team of researchers at the university created Web Marketplace - the first fully web-based business simulation on the market. Dr. Ernest Cadotte Customer Support Ernie Cadotte Ernest R. Cadotte © 2014 | Privacy statement | Terms of use | Return policy | Contact us | Innovative Learning Solutions


www.marketplace-simulation.com [cached]

The teaching methodology behind the Marketplace Live business games was created by Dr. Ernest Cadotte, Fisher Professor of Marketing at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
Dr. Cadotte drew on more than 30 years of his teaching experience in business and marketing, combined with the expertise of a dozen other collaborators-content experts in various areas of education-to create interactive and visually engaging business games that can be used in the classroom or in an online course. Explore Dr. Cadotte's published articles on the pedagogy behind educational business simulations and experiential learning. Ernest R. Cadotte © 2017 | Privacy policy | Terms of use | Return policy | Contact us | ILS logo Innovative Learning Solutions


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