We'll take it from here: letting the users take charge of the evaluation and why that turned out well

Cosmin Munteanu, Hélène Fournier, Jean-François Lapointe, Irina Kondratova, Bruno Emond, Learning Analytics Community Exchange (LACE), Jan 24, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Slide presentation from a number of my colleagues at NRC describing the MINT project - Multimodal INteractive Trainer - they developed in cooperation with the Canadian Forces. The project set out to build  "a low-cost, portable, yet flexible and configurable mixed-reality, serious gaming, training simulator  based on natural interactions." The point of the presentation is to descrbe the role of the participants themselves in the evaluation of the technology as it was developed. The evaluations were thus open-ended, but the data collected was essential. Trainees "saw the benefits of the system during evaluations to the point of shifting from evaluating the system to taking advantage of it (e.g.running their own training routine)."

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