The use of virtual models for training procedural tasks


Claessens, Mona and Min, Rik and Moonen, Jef (2000) The use of virtual models for training procedural tasks. In: International Workshop in Advanced Learning Technology, IWALT 2000, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 4-6 December 2000 (pp. pp. 229-230).

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Abstract:This paper reports on a research project investigating the use of virtual models to support the training of maintenance personnel at the company ¿Hollandse Signaalapparaten B.V.¿. On the basis of interviews and a literature study an experiment is being planned to investigate appropriate design criteria (leading to effective task performance) for virtual models that are used to train procedural tasks. It is expected that for training simple procedural tasks a simultaneous presentation of information (coaching and virtual model) will be advantageous
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