Marine engineers’ training: Educational assessment for an engine room simulator

@article{Tsoukalas2008MarineET,
  title={Marine engineers’ training: Educational assessment for an engine room simulator},
  author={V. D. Tsoukalas and Dimitrios Papachristos and Nikolaos K. Tsoumas and Elisabeth C. Mattheu},
  journal={WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs},
  year={2008},
  volume={7},
  pages={429-448}
}
Qualitative upgrading of the educational process at university level marine education depends largely on the instructive value of the trainers’ educational software. Marine education software has developed out of a certain initial implementation in an equivalent manner to which the programs of practice and training have been applied in cases of simulations and programming environments. In most cases, educational software categories have developed without taking into consideration any special… 

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