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Title: A framework for measuring VR-based instruction effectiveness
Authors: Vassallo, Keith
Camilleri, Vanessa
Layfield, Colin
Montebello, Matthew
Keywords: Virtual reality in education
Distance education
Open learning
Virtual reality
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: INTED
Citation: Vassallo, K., Camilleri, V., Layfield, C., & Montebello, M. (2017). A framework for measuring VR-based instruction effectiveness. 11th Annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference, INTED 2017, Seville. 2069-2079. (pp. 2069-2079) Seville, Spain.
Abstract: Virtual reality technology has been employed in education for a number of years as it empowers the learners to take control of their actions while interacting with other learners on top of the excitement of interacting within a three-dimensional environment. In this paper we document a work-in-progress to establish a standardised framework containing a number of metrics used for the measurement of the effectiveness of courses, whether traditional/blended, e-learning or VR-learning. The paper presents the use of Virtual Reality technology in learning as a use case to justify the need for a standard effectiveness evaluation framework, to be able to judge the quality of courses regardless of the medium chosen for their delivery.
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