Learning in simulated environments: An assessment of 4-week retention outcomes.

@article{Alfred2019LearningIS,
  title={Learning in simulated environments: An assessment of 4-week retention outcomes.},
  author={Myrtede C Alfred and David M. Neyens and A. Gramopadhye},
  journal={Applied ergonomics},
  year={2019},
  volume={74},
  pages={
          107-117
        }
}
Simulations offer the benefits of a safer and more accessible learning environment, where learners can practice until the point of proficiency. While research into the effectiveness of simulations as learning tools has found tangible benefits, fewer studies have examined retention and differences between high and low fidelity simulations. This research sought to supplement the literature in this domain by investigating whether participants who learned to construct an electrical circuit using a… Expand
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