Digital Skills Training for Net-centric Operations
U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 2004 - Military art and science - 28 pages
"Multiple research activities identified training methods that enhance Army net-centric operations where Soldiers use sophisticated digital systems that interact over an electronic network. Researchers collected information from Soldiers over five years, from 1999 to 2003, to understand how going digital changes responsibilities and training needs. Soldiers documented training preferences and shared frustrations and successes as their understanding and expertise evolved over time. This special report presents principles and recommendations, including supporting evidence from extensive experimentation and field surveys, for training Soldiers to maximize their use of digital systems. Results should help Soldiers to increase the speed and the ease of transformation to net-centric operations."--DTIC.
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