Virtual environments as a method for increasing knowledge and reducing stress
AbstractThis article describes the virtual environments and their possible use for educational purposes. The uniqueness of the e-learning uncovers new horizons in this aspect as it assists both teachers and students. This exact project (virtual environment) makes it possible to achieve a modern and effective familiarization with the future working environment, its specifics, characteristics and potential dangers as well as many other details, thus reducing the tension and stress during the first days / weeks of the adaptation period
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