A hypertext-based computer architecture for management of the Joint Command, Control and Communications curriculum
Child, James M.
Jones, Carl R.
Boger, Dan C.
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The objective of this thesis is to develop a computer based architecture for curriculum management of the Command, Control and Communications (C3) curriculum. The architecture is based on hypertext technology. Knowledge elements are defined for Educational Skill Requirements (ESRs) and core courses, and they are used as key components in the architecture. A general assignment model, that uses knowledge elements, has been included as an aid in curriculum management. The feasibility of implementing the proposed architecture is also discussed. Seven appendices have been included which contain lists of knowledge elements, core courses, a course matrix, Educational Skill Requirements and a discussion of hypertext and multimedia. The software product the author produced using hypertext technology, which is the first implementation of the architecture described in this thesis, can be obtained from the C3 curricular Office.
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