The purpose of this special issue is twofold. First, it is to document recent theories, research, methods, and approaches being developed in the area of simulation and training evaluation. The articles are a representative sample of research being conducted, primarily by the military, in training evaluations. Secondly, it is to convince those in charge of designing, delivering, implementing, and managing training systems of the value of conducting such evaluations.
The editors hope that scientists and those in practice will see that additional tools and guidelines for facilitating the conduct of training evaluations are now available and that such evaluations can be "built-in" as a regular component when designing training and simulation systems. Furthermore, the editors want to encourage scientists to continue research in this area and to develop tools, methods, principles, and guidelines that practitioners can use and apply. Finally, they hope this issue launches a new era in military training--the systematic and routine conduct of training evaluations.
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