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Summary: Pedagogical evaluation of a computer based training system for emergency response management
Type of Activity: Academic Research - Externally Funded
Grant holder: Julie-Ann Sime (Educational Research)
Dept/Research Groups: Centre for Studies in Advanced Learning Technology, Educational Research
Partner: Det Norske Veritas
Principle Investigator/Project Manager - Dr. Julie-Ann Sime Researcher: Mr. Ian Nicoll. Funding: £16680.
Aim: Pedagogical evaluation of a computer based training system for emergency response management.
Objectives: To evaluate the A-TEAM training system for emergency response management within the organisational context of a chemical works in the UK. To evaluate training for decision making under stress. To investigate the effects of familiarity with risk and attitudes towards risk and how they may effect training for emergency management. Also to assess the effect of differences between the work and learning culture in the organisation.
Keywords: pedagogical evaluation, training under stress, dynamic simulation, evaluation, CPD, emergency management training, decision-making under stress, expert systems, artificial intelligence.
Partners: Det Norske Veritas (UK), ESRC and Lancaster University (UK).
Project partially funded by ESRC CASE Studentship with sponsorship from Det Norske Veritas, U.K.
Det Norske Veritas
Academic Research - Externally Funded
ESRC - £16680
ESRC CASE studentship
studentship & sponsorship