The Effect of Task Distribution Model on Student Learning and Performance in Collaborative Virtual Environment



In this paper, we used task distribution framework in a typical educational environment to enhance the learning capability and user performance of collaborative users. We emphasize on the design of Collaborative Virtual Learning Laboratory. As a case study, we describe how interactive 3D virtual learning laboratory can be used to understand the laboratory experiments in a collaborative mode while providing the learners with the ability to control these laboratory animations in real time interaction and enhance their learning capability and performance based on task distribution model. We also stress the need for an educational Collaborated Virtual Learning Environment (CVLE) to be more convenient and pleasurable, which will enhance its usability and flexibility in various situations. We conducted experiments in virtual chemistry laboratory on different college students to check the learning capability and performance of the students based on task distribution model in CVLE. We reported the results of a precise experiment containing of 22 virtual teams of 44 entities.

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