Holley, D. and Johnson, T., 2012. Health and safety training in 3D. Logistics and Transport Focus, 46 - 48.
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Clipper Logistics was introduced, by CILT, to a project team from Anglia Ruskin and London Metropolitan Universities. Having been briefed on the requirements Clipper was keen to work in partnership to share their knowledge. It was agreed they would be the industry lead in a project to explore health and safety dimensions in new and innovative formats. This project developed a new learning tool to overcome some of the obstacles to on-site visits, and also to address changing learning patterns and methods of teaching delivery. Part of the project was to develop a warehouse in 3D, using the affordances of technologies powering immersive virtual worlds – in this case ‘Second Life’: www.secondlife.com – that would be accessible to any student with a PC and broadband connection
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Second Life ; Health and safety ; Logistics ; CILT ; Clipper Logistics|
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