• Felix Kapp
  • Nadine Matthes
  • Linda Kruse
  • Moritz Niebeling
  • Pia Spangenberger
Virtual Reality learning environments offer special potential for training of complex skills and teaching complex content in a professional context. In such learning environments, authentic work tasks can be implemented, on the basis of which application-oriented competencies can be learned. In the VR learning environment MARLA, troubleshooting in the field of metal and electrical engineering is trained. Therefore students are taught a process containing eight steps facilitating a systematic approach in finding and fixing bugs in a complex system. By using an offshore wind turbine a concrete and authentic setting has been chosen to address the systematic troubleshooting process.
Translated title of the contributionTraining of troubleshooting skills with virtual reality: Development and testing of a virtual offshore wind turbine
Original languageGerman
JournalZeitschrift für Arbeitswissenschaft
Volume76
Issue number2
Pages (from-to)192-201
Number of pages9
ISSN2366-4681
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 30.05.2022
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    Research areas

  • Research in teaching and learning - Virtual Reality, Training, Vocational education, Troubleshooting, Cognitive Apprenticeship, Offshore wind turbines
  • Domain-specific learning in kindergarten and school

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