New technologies in maritime education and training, Turkish experiment

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The aim of this study is to introduce new technologies and approaches in the maritime education and training (MET) and as well as reviewing the Turkish experiment and its outcomes including along analysis which may be helpful for the future studies on this subject. For example of, the Turkish on seafaring officer education is presented and discussed to identify and understand the problem areas to allow for proper actions to facilitate the innovation/adaptation process take place. Each step of process is analyzed to identify main sources of discrepancies and difficulties. The results of analysis are to help grouped to help formulate possible/probable solutions. After testing suitability, reliability and acceptability of several solutions, some applicable courses of actions are introduced. The overall results of this study may be used by MET planners and researchers who will make further studies.




Erdogan, O., & Demirel, E. (2015). New technologies in maritime education and training, Turkish experiment. Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, 2015, 432–439.

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