WE’RE DOING IT WRONG: ONLINE TRAINING IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY
Arendt, Peter L.
Blanken, Leo J.
Klingensmith, Kurt, TRAC-Monterey
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Our military has adopted online training as a solution for propagating standardized training across the formation. However, minimal analysis exists to determine the frequency and effectiveness of mandatory online training in the United States Army, despite the resources and time required to complete mandatory online training. This paper seeks to establish that the effectiveness of online training in the United States Army must be analyzed and reviewed to achieve its maximum potential.
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