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    Title: Research and design of distance learning course for advanced military education
    Other Titles: 國軍深造教育遠距學習課程之研究與設計
    Authors: 衛樹生;Wai, Shu-shen
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊工程學系博士班
    葛煥昭;Keh, Huan-chao
    Keywords: 遠距教學;深造教育;電子化訓練;函授訓練;E-Learning;Distance Learning;advanced military education;e-training;corresponding training programs
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 05:56:31 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 國軍中高階軍官必須參加戰略深造教育以提昇軍事素養,方可應付未來的挑戰。但對兵科軍官而言,由於部隊任務繁重,集中到學校上課較為不易,傳統的解決方案多以函授教育來取代,對戰略教育多元特性而言是不足的。拜網路科技進步所賜,運用網路來實施軍事訓練線上學習課程為未來發展的趨勢,但問題是究竟採用何種遠距教學方式方足以滿足國軍深造教育的目標,是我們所要探討的課題。
    High-ranking officers require advanced military education in war tactics for future combat. However, line officers rarely have time to take such courses on campus. The conventional solution to this problem is correspondence courses, which are known to be inefficient. As Internet technologies progress, the current trend is the development of online courses for military training. However, the question is what distance learning methodology best suits such a proprietary learning purpose.
    This study presents a sequential process of developing distance learning courses in Advanced Military Education. Further, the Petri-Net analytical approach is adopted to uncover the essential interaction requirements of Advanced Military Education delivered via Internet. This discussion first compares correspondence courses, on-campus programs and e-learning programs. According to these differences, an in-depth analysis is conducted to construct the appropriate e-learning modules. These modules are then composed into a distance learning system that addresses the limitations of correspondence courses while still achieving the same effectiveness of on-campus programs. Finally, a discussion of the experimental results demonstrate the success of the presented approach.
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