Accession Number : ADA327386
Title : Instructional Design of Computer-Based Training.
Descriptive Note : Master's thesis,
Corporate Author : NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
Personal Author(s) : Foster, Robert W. ; Price, Alfred B., Jr
PDF Url : ADA327386
Report Date : DEC 1996
Pagination or Media Count : 108
Abstract : The goal of this research is to combine the principles of instructional design and computer technology in order to produce a multimedia computer based trainer for the Aviation Night Vision Image System and Heads up Display (ANVIS/HUD). The technological advances in night vision goggles like the ANVIS/HUD system have permitted aircrews to accomplish numerous night mission tasks which they were not previously capable of completing. Increase in mission tasking requires the operators of the ANVIS/HUD system to obtain a large amount of ANVIS/HUD training to ensure safety of personnel and equipment as well as mission success. The Department of the Navy's training budget is being reduced and the need for unconventional training methods to augment the cockpit and classroom is essential. The use of computer based training provides the technology to achieve this training requirement. By providing a means to apply innovative instructional design principles and multimedia computer technology, the training of the war fighters is expected to be accomplished both effectively and efficiently thus saving lives and money.
Descriptors : *FLIGHT CREWS, *NIGHT VISION DEVICES, *COMPUTER AIDED INSTRUCTION, *TRAINING MANAGEMENT, COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION, MILITARY REQUIREMENTS, COCKPITS, THESES, JET FIGHTERS, AVIATION GOGGLES, FLIGHT SIMULATORS, NAVAL TRAINING, HEAD UP DISPLAYS, TEACHING MACHINES.
Subject Categories : Military Aircraft Operations
Computer Programming and Software
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE