An Evaluation of Equipment-Independent Maintenance Training by Means of a Microprocessor-Controlled Videodisc Delivery System.
BATTELLE COLUMBUS LABS OH
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This is the final report on a project to operationally test and evaluate a microprocessor-controlled videodisc MPVD delivery system as a means of providing Equipment-Independent Maintenance Training Programs EIMTP in situations where low equipment density limits hands-on training andor high equipment cost make hands-on equipment training potentially uneconomical. Basic results of the test and evaluation indicate that EIMTP by means of MPVD delivery systems is an efficient alternative to the current equipment-dependent system of providing such training more efficient in terms of the amount of practice time required than the current equipment-dependent system and less expensive than the equipment-dependent system and therefore is a more cost-effective alternative.
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