Technology-based Training System Design

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Technology-based Training System Design

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Author(s): Michael G. Lenné; Eve Mitsopoulos-Rubens; Paul M. Salmon; Thomas Triggs; Phil Wallace
No pages: 8
Year: 2012
Article ID: 15-2-5
Keywords: human factors, military training, technology-based training, TNA, training, training needs analysis
Format: Electronic (PDF)

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Abstract: Technology remains the key driver for training within military systems. As rapid advances in capability continue, the range of technologies available to training system designers is likely to increase significantly; however, there is no universally accepted, theoretically underpinned guidance for selecting, designing, and implementing new training technologies; and the process of linking technologies to training requirements remains ambiguous. Based on a review of the training and human factors literature, a generic model of training technology selection, design, and implementation is presented. The model provides training system designers with guidance on the selection, design, and implementation of new technologies for future training requirements. Each component of the model is discussed with reference to the training system design and evaluation literature. In closing, a series of pertinent future lines of inquiry are discussed.