Cost-Effectiveness of Computer-Based Instruction in Military Training
Final rept. Oct 1977-Mar 1979
INSTITUTE FOR DEFENSE ANALYSES ALEXANDRIA VA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DIV
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The cost and effectiveness of computer-based instruction for military training are evaluated on the basis of about 30 studies conducted since 1968. Four methods of instruction are distinguished and compared Conventional Instruction group-paced lectures, and discussions. Individualized Instruction self-paced without computer support. Computer-Assisted Instruction CAI computer stores and provides instructional materials to students individually via interactive terminals computer tests and guides students self-paced. Computer-Managed Instruction CMI instructional materials and tests provided away from computer computer scores the tests and guides students self-paced.
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