Battle Staff Training System II: computer-based instruction supporting the Force XXI training program

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U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 1998 - Education - 31 pages
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"This report documents the methodology and lessons learned in the development of the Innovative Tools and Techniques for Brigade and Below Staff Training II - Battle Staff Training System II (ITTBBST-BSTS II). This effort supported the Army's distance learning initiative by developing three computer-based training (CBT) courses of instruction on CD-ROM. An existing Brigade Common Core training support package (TSP) was converted from a text and computer-based TSP to a 100% CBT course with limited adjunctive text materials. In addition, TSPs were developed for the Training Developer and CBT Author to train them to update and maintain an existing library of courses. These TSPs were also 100% CBT. The ITTBBST-BSTS II Brigade Common Core course can replace the similar course in the existing BSTS library of courses for use by the Total Force. The Training Developer and CBT Author courses are designed for use at an institution with responsibility for updating and maintaining BSTS courseware. The Brigade Common Core and Training Developer courses are designed for use in a local area network, wide area network, or stand-alone computer mode. The CBT Author course is designed for stand-alone use only."--Stinet.

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