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Improving the Army"s assessment of interactive multimedia instruction courseware

Improving the Army"s assessment of interactive multimedia instruction courseware

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Published by RAND in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • The Army Distributed Learning Program (U.S.),
  • Military education -- United States -- Computer-assisted instruction -- Evaluation,
  • Distance education -- United States -- Computer-assisted instruction -- Evaluation,
  • Computer-assisted instruction -- United States -- Evaluation,
  • Interactive multimedia -- United States -- Evaluation,
  • Curriculum evaluation -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSusan G. Straus ... [et al.].
    ContributionsStraus, Susan G.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsU408.3 .I48 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, 66 p. ;
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23971310M
    ISBN 100833047272
    ISBN 109780833047274
    LC Control Number2009026430


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[Susan G Straus; Arroyo Center.;] -- "An important component of The Army Distributed Learning Program's (TADLP's) Improving the Armys assessment of interactive multimedia instruction courseware book is the quality of its courses, which consist primarily of asynchronous Improving the Armys assessment of interactive multimedia instruction courseware book multimedia instruction.

Get this from a library. Improving the Army's assessment of interactive multimedia instruction courseware. [Susan G Straus;] -- This report describes the development and test of a program-level approach to evaluating the quality of interactive multimedia instruction (IMI) in The Army Distributed Learning Program.

Application. Improving the Army's Assessment of Interactive Multimedia Instruction Courseware by Susan G. Straus, Michael G. Shanley, Rachel M. Burns, Anisah Waite, James C. Cited by: 1. Army’s interactive multimedia instruction (IMI) courseware, which is used in its distributed learning (DL) program.

A fiscal year (FY) study conducted by the Arroyo Center for TRADOC identified several challenges within TADLP and its IMI courseware component, includ-ing the lack of a program-level assessment of course quality. The product director for Defense Wide Transmission Systems (PD DWTS) is using interactive multimedia instruction (IMI) to enhance sustainment training for key battlefield communication systems.

IMI employs computer-based technology integrating a host of components, including text, graphics, animation, sound and video. Army revolutionizing mission-command training with interactive multimedia instruction. By Dan Lafontaine, PEO C3T Public Affairs March 1, Share on Twitter.

Train to Sustain: Interactive multimedia instruction uses lifelong learning methodologies to support battlefield communication systems By Ann Vaughan | Acquisition By Mr. Peter Nesby The product director for Defense Wide Transmission Systems (PD DWTS) is using interactive multimedia instruction (IMI) to enhance sustainment training for key.

To ascertain the effectiveness of Multimedia Courseware as a medium of instruction in the classroom. To ascertain the influence of interactive Multimedia Courseware on pupils’ performance. To investigate pupils interest and satisfaction with the use of an interactive Multimedia Courseware.

Research Questions and HypothesisFile Size: KB. new form of instructional methodology like interactive multimedia courseware must be adopted to suit the needs, abilities, and interest of the students in order to enrich and enhance Improving the Armys assessment of interactive multimedia instruction courseware book learning process in the classroom.

Theoretical Framework Multimedia courseware is a well-known tool for teaching and assisting students in learning. Interactive Multimedia Instruction We can develop Interactive Multimedia Instruction for your company that is customizable, learner-centric, linear, or game based.

Our IMI development includes a reporting mechanism that will track the students’ performance so that the training product’s effectiveness can be determined. The following table provides an analysis comparing multimedia courseware and classroom-based, instructor-led (IL) instruction.

The table provides background for considering which format and media for instruction is most effective in a given : Craig Borysowich. Multimedia-Based Instructional Design is a thoroughly revised and updated second edition of the best-selling book that provided a complete guide to designing and developing interactive multimedia training.

While most training companies develop their training programs in many different technological delivery media?computer-based, web-based, and distance learning technologies?this unique book 4/5(1).

With the rapid development of information technology and the popularization of the Internet, the modern educational technology represented by multimedia teaching has become the development and reformation direction of modern teaching methods thus making the development and application of multimedia courseware in classroom teaching the inevitable choice for modern Cited by: 3.

Instructional Assessment: An Essential Tool for Designing Effective Instruction This T/TAC William & Mary Considerations Packet describes an instructional assessment model that helps teachers match instruction to student needs.

This packet describes the assessment of reading and writing skills, but the method is applicable to all academic Size: KB. His related published works include his book, Learning in Cyberspace: A Guide to Authentic Assessment Tools for Web-based Instruction, and his McGraw-Hill/Irwin Distinguished Papers Award winning paper, Living the Case Study: Teaching Management and Leadership Ethics Through Serious Games, published by The Society for the Advancement of Format: Paperback.

The materials use interactive multimedia instruction (IMI) principles to deliver interesting and pedagogically sound training. This showcase features several of HumRRO's recent CD-based dL products.

Citation. Campbell, C., Cantrell, G., Generalao, T., Sawyer, A. & Takitch, J. Interactive Multimedia Instruction for US Army by: 2. "Multimedia-Based Instructional Design" is a thoroughly revised and updated second edition of the best-selling book that provided a complete guide to designing and developing interactive multimedia training/5.

Abdollah N, Ahmad W F W, Akhir E A P. Multimedia Design and Development in" Komputer Saya'Courseware for Slow Learners[C]//Computer Research and Development, Second International Conference Author: Xiaowei Zhu. The Office of Instruction and Assessment in the Manuel Pacheco Integrated Learning Center E.

University Blvd., Bldg. 70 University of Arizona || Tucson, AZ Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4 pm & by appointment Phone: Fax:   SOFTWARE SELECTION DECISIONS, especially when they involve sophisticated multimedia instructional courseware can be difficult for educators.

Many confounding factors such as teachers’ inexperience with using instructional courseware and the emerging capability and sophistication of technology often make the evaluation and Cited by: 5. The Army Learning Model is right on the money.

By Master Sgt. Benari Poulten, 80th Training Command Public Affairs Office Novem Share on. The AIT blocks of instruction are divided into conference (lecture-based instruction), Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI, computer-based instruction), and hands-on training utilizing Virtual Immersive Environment (VIE) technology and high fidelity trainers.

multimedia, and student-centred learning. An Interactive Learning Module (ILM) was developed as the core component in forming the multimedia-mediated student-centred learning environment (MMSLE) to improve the quality of student learning. The impacts on student learning were investigated through pre-test and post-test.

Designing Multimedia Learning Object Guideline (M-Log) Rafiza Abdul Razak [1], PunithavathyPalanisamy [2] development of multimedia courseware, in order to prevent experts from unintentionally misrepresenting the manner in which learners will be presented with the instruction is determined (the delivery media and learning.

These are some of the key takeaways from the service's new learning strategy, called Adaptive Soldier Leader Training and Education.

After years of Army research and development, ASLTE is finally. A method of instruction in which students work collaboratively in groups to achieve standards and related learning objectives. Technology Plan An outline that specifies the school district's procedures for purchasing and maintaining equipment and software, and training teachers to use and the integrate technology into their classroom curriculum.

This interactive session addresses critical WWW courseware development issues Additionally, participants will have the opportunity to evaluate courseware that in a work in progress.

Courseware development for the WWW can be effectively designed using a systems approach as well as integrating appropriate instructional design principles. MIL-HDBK/3A (NOTICE 1), DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE HANDBOOK: DEVELOPMENT OF INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA INSTRUCTION (IMI) (PART 3 OF 5 PARTS) (08 JUN )., MIL-HDBK/3A, dated 31 Augusthas been reviewed and determined to be valid for use in acquisition.

Instructional Design: A Military Perspective Since Instructional Design owes much of its theory and practice to the military, it seems only reasonable to use military terms to describe it. Here is a military objective: A Military Perspective Of Instructional Design.

Given a platoon of light infantry, take hill and hold it until relieved. Author: David Mallette. Rapovy, Lori, "Examination of Instructional Strategies and Teaching Methods Used in Training a Platform Battle Command System to Sustainment Warfighters" (). “Interactive Multimedia Instruction” (IMI) to sustain and improve their tactical skills orAuthor: Lori Rapovy.

For example, A real-time interactive virtual classroom multimedia distance learning system (Deshpande and Hwang, ) proposed by S.G and Jenq-Neng Hwang. In this system, attendees are allowed to. Inkjet copy, fax, print, scan. 35 pages/min.

black/34 pages/min. color. 15, page monthly duty cycle. kb/s fax modem speed. sheet tray, DoD Handbook, Development of Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI), contains guidance on the application of the multimedia training courseware development process.

Part 4, MIL-HDBK, DoD Handbook, Glossary for Training, contains a listing of training terms and Size: 1MB. Highlights Our review created a framework for the selection of instructional strategies. We used grounded theory to categorize strategies based on the training environment.

We identified 23 strategies: 3 pre-training, 17 during-training, and 3 post-training. The implications of the framework for training systems design are by: In general, a courseware is considered effective when it can produce a good result and a positive impact to the students [8].

The students test results before using the courseware i.e by conventional teaching method and after using the multimedia courseware [9]. Besides, in developing a courseware, usability testing is the process. course uses a multimedia methodology to enhance the learn-ing of midgrade military officers.

Using popular military films as leadership case studies, it requires the officers to analyze and evaluate the leadership attributes and competencies of organiza-tional level leaders that influenced their decision making in com-bat.

•The U.S. Army Learning Concept for identified the need for a new Army learning model. • Redesigning training and education practices has been a priority. • For some, this led to some valuable redesigns of specific curricula and. 1) Focus on job specific cognitive and metacognitive skills 2) Consider a whole task course design-make them complete the entire task 3) Make thinking processes explicit-must include cognitive and thinking skills so they must know facts concepts and procedure and thinking skills such as identifying, posting, and prioritizing relevant evidence.

Multimedia presentations can be used for assessment for and of learning in a range of curriculum contexts. This resource from Digital Schoolhouse is one of two resources for a science presentation about forces in action.

A Technology Enhanced Active Learning (TEAL) Studio, UIC, Chicago, Image via Flickr by Nate Burgos One of the primary objections to the increased use of technology in the classroom is that too much interaction through technology devices can hinder social maturation.

This paper reflects on recent literature to gain insights on whether technology use. Instructional Design for Multimedia Instructional Design as a Science Instructional design is the science pdf creating detailed specifications for the development, implementation, evaluation, and maintenance of situations that facilitate the learning of both large and small units of subject matter at all levels of complexity.Mindfulness can be taught in weeks consisting of hours of weekly instruction, plus minutes per day of self-practice.

Instruction can be either face-to-face or online, participants can be provided with online information to assist in maintaining a mindfulness practice.