How would changing driver training in the Queensland licensing system affect road safety?: deliverable 2: simulators for skill acquisition training and assessment, and their impact on road safety

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This report reviews driving simulators for driver training and assessment, with a focus on novice drivers. The report initially considers the practicalities and issues relating to the use of driving simulators, then considers the role and effectiveness of simulators for novice driver training and novice driver assessment, followed by a case study of an ongoing study investigating simulator based novice driver training. Finally, an overall conclusion is presented.

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Subjects: Technology; Teaching and learning; Skills and knowledge; Assessment

Keywords: Skill development; Simulation; Case study

Geographic subjects: Queensland; Australia; Oceania

Published: Brisbane, Queensland: Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety - Queensland, 2013

Physical description: 62 p.

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https://www.tmr.qld.gov.au/-/media/Safety/roadsafety/Road-safety-research-reports/report-2-simulators.pdf?la=en

Also called: Simulators for skill acquisition training and assessment, and their impact on road safety

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 130.91

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