ERIC Number: ED233680
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980-Jan
Reference Count: 0
Computer Based Training - A Report of a NATO Study Visit to America. A.P. Report 91.
This report describes some of the research projects encountered on a 1979 study visit which investigated the nature and availability of computer-based training (CBT) systems in the United States and Canada, particularly within industrial, occupational and military contexts. An overview of the trip itinerary includes the names of the organizations visited, their addresses and telephone numbers, the names of research workers encountered, and the dates of the visits. References to published information on each project are also provided. Projects described include those of: the National Research Council of Canada; Bolt, Beranek & Newman; Dr. R. B. Miller; HUMRRO (the Human Resources Research Organization); the Army Research Institute; the Naval Training Equipment Center; the Training Analysis and Evaluation Group (TAEG) of the Department of the Navy; the University of Illinois's Computer Based Education Laboratory, Coordinated Science Laboratory, Aviation Institute, and Psychology Department; the Naval Personnel Research and Development Center (NPRDC); and the Behavioral Technology Laboratory of the University of Southern California. A final section presents some general conclusions concerning computer-based training. (ESR)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Brussels (Belgium). Scientific Affairs Div.
Authoring Institution: Aston Univ., Birmingham (England).
Identifiers: Canada; Fault Diagnosis; PLATO; United States
Note: Prepared in the Department of Applied Psychology.