The Application of Computer Time-Sharing Technology to Training Requirements at the Electronics Schools Command, Mare Island.
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES ELECTRONICS PERSONNEL RESEARCH GROUP
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The report is concerned with the question of how computer technology can best be applied to the problem of training enlisted personnel to perform maintenance on electronic equipment. The emphasis of the report is on the development of performance skills. A model of performance is presented as an integration of four categories of skills information processing, sensory-motor, self-programming, and self-monitoring. Author
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