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Evaluation of Educational Software for Marine Training with the Aid of Neuroscience Methods and Tools
1 University of the Aegean, Chios, Greece
ABSTRACT: The evaluation with the use of neuroscience methods and tools of a student?s satisfaction ? happiness from using the e-learning system (e-learning platforms, e-games, simulators) poses an important re-search subject matter. In the present project it is presented a research on course conducted in the Faculty of Merchants Officers, Marine Academy of Aspropyrgos. In particular, this research with the use of a neurosci-ence tool-gaze trucker, investigates the amount of satisfaction of the students using a simulator by monitoring the users? eye movement in combination with the use of qualitative and quantitative methods.
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Citation note:
Papachristos D., Nikitakos N.: Evaluation of Educational Software for Marine Training with the Aid of Neuroscience Methods and Tools. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 541-545, 2011
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