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Meta-Analysis Assessing the Effects of Virtual Reality Training on Student Learning and Skills Development (English)


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    Angel-Urdinola,Diego, Castillo Castro,Catalina, Hoyos,Angela

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    Meta-Analysis Assessing the Effects of Virtual Reality Training on Student Learning and Skills Development

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Angel-Urdinola,Diego Castillo Castro,Catalina Hoyos,Angela

Meta-Analysis Assessing the Effects of Virtual Reality Training on Student Learning and Skills Development (English). Policy Research working paper,no. WPS 9587 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.