Web-Enabled Training-Development Tool for Pre-Deployment and Deployed Training
Final rept. Aug 2005-Feb 2006
GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY INC CHAMPAIGN IL
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Advanced training-development processes are required to enable the rapid generation of training activities that are responsive to immediate training need. The purpose of the present Phase I Small-Business Technology Transfer STTR effort was to explore the design and implementation of a web-enabled training assistant TA that supports the rapid generation of contextualized training activities. To conduct the Phase I research and development, GIST and Human Resources Research Organization HumRRO researched the Army training process, identified methods for relieving the constraints on rapid, contextualized training development, and developed these methods into a prototype TA capability for feasibility analysis. The Phase II TA as envisioned has great potential for saving time, increasing productivity, and improving training. However, implementing the full-scale concept capability cannot feasibly be accomplished in the Phase II effort. The most feasible, influential, and immediately usable Phase II implementation of the TA concept should focus on supporting junior officers in the development of training activities not supported currently by doctrine, especially the decision-making exercise.
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