Student perspectives, virtual welders and their effectiveness in developing welding skills.

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Baglow, Lee
Lovegrove, Christopher
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2017-10
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Unitec courses
welding education
students
welders
perspectives
virtual welding
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Baglow, L. L., & Lovegrove, C. (2017, October). Student perspectives, virtual welders and their effectiveness in developing welding skills. Paper presented at Spaces and Pedagogies: New Zealand Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference 2017. Auckland, New Zealand : Unitec Institute of Technology.
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This research provides lecturers with a student’s perspective of the use of virtual technology (welding) to build welding skills. Do learners consider Virtual Welding technology beneficial to the development of practical welding skills? Does the ability to receive peer feedback during Virtual Reality practice sessions contribute to building a deeper understanding of the more technical aspects of welding technology?
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