The ADL Initiative and the USCG                     An Introduction and Discussion:                       Supporting ADL, ...
Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) –U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Long history of technology and learning Lack of in...
ADL VisionProvide access to the highest quality education and   training, tailored to individual needs, delivered       co...
ADL Network              4
ADL Activities                 Content Object Repository Discovery and                  Registration/Resolution Architecture
ADL’s High-Level Requirements Accessibility    Ability to locate and access instructional components from     multiple l...
SCORM’s Present and Future                                                           Tomorrow                             ...
The “New CORDRA”LearningRegistry.org                        DoEducation,                       Office of Ed Tech          ...
Learning Technology Lab Vendor-neutral Evaluation Environment    Hosted at ADL Co-Lab Hub in Alexandria, VA    Expert s...
ADL, HPT, ISD CoP Vision:  A collaborative environment of educational theorists,  practitioners, and front-line end-users...
ADL, HPT, ISD CoP
Questions, Comments,     Discussion, Requirements?Jay A. Allenem: jay.allen.ctr@adlnet.govof: (703) 575-2009tw: jay_a_alle...
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The ADL Initiative & the USCG

  1. 1. The ADL Initiative and the USCG An Introduction and Discussion: Supporting ADL, HPT, and ISDJay A. Allen USCG HPT Workshop 2010em: jay.allen.ctr@adlnet.govof: (703) 575-2009tw: jay_a_allensk: jay.a.allenli: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jayaallen
  2. 2. Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) –U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Long history of technology and learning Lack of interoperability – identified in 1997 Large training investment  Innovation in technology applications  Ability to scale – drive the market E.O. 13111 - Founded to standardize and modernize training and education delivery for DoD  Develop and implement learning technologies across DoD and the Federal government  Collaborate with government, industry, and academia to promote international specifications and standards for designing and delivering learning content
  3. 3. ADL VisionProvide access to the highest quality education and training, tailored to individual needs, delivered cost-effectively, anywhere and anytime. 3
  4. 4. ADL Network 4
  5. 5. ADL Activities Content Object Repository Discovery and Registration/Resolution Architecture
  6. 6. ADL’s High-Level Requirements Accessibility  Ability to locate and access instructional components from multiple locations and deliver them to other locations Interoperability  Ability to take instructional components developed in one system and use them in another system Durability  Ability to withstand technology changes over time without costly redesign, reconfiguration, or recoding Reusability  Ability to use instructional components in multiple applications, courses, and contexts 6
  7. 7. SCORM’s Present and Future Tomorrow New L earning Tec hnologies  S imulations , games , and virtual world  Mobile s ys tems E volutionary  P erformanc e s upport, S 1000D tec h manuals Today  Intelligent tutoring s ys tems  C ollaborative learningS table S C OR M 2004  A uxiliary online res ourc es• A DL maintain and s upport• F ac ilitate implementation• P romote adoption New E nterpris e A rc hitec tures• L is ten to us ers  P os t-G oogle knowledge management  S ervic e-oriented s oftware arc hitec ture  C ontent management and repos itories  F uture L MS arc hitec tures 7
  8. 8. The “New CORDRA”LearningRegistry.org DoEducation, Office of Ed Tech CIO, CTO FCC NARA NIST NSF others 8
  9. 9. Learning Technology Lab Vendor-neutral Evaluation Environment  Hosted at ADL Co-Lab Hub in Alexandria, VA  Expert support to help resolve interoperability concerns  Unbiased facilitation for dispute resolution Hosts a variety of LMS, LCMS, and authoring tools  Supports test and evaluation of content across platforms  Showcases exemplar content and tools  Enables rapid trouble- shooting to quickly identify problem areas
  10. 10. ADL, HPT, ISD CoP Vision: A collaborative environment of educational theorists, practitioners, and front-line end-users jointly committed to defining the requirements and identifying the best-practices of the evolving, technology-enabled learning landscape. Mission: In support of the business goals and human performance objectives of the DOD and its strategic partners, to theoretically and practically inform the creation of new application profile(s) which are capable of guiding the next decade (or more) of training, education, and developmental activity which uses technology as an enabler.
  11. 11. ADL, HPT, ISD CoP
  12. 12. Questions, Comments, Discussion, Requirements?Jay A. Allenem: jay.allen.ctr@adlnet.govof: (703) 575-2009tw: jay_a_allensk: jay.a.allenli: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jayaallen

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