On-Line Maintenance Resource Management Training: The SMART Center
Chandler, Terrell N.
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This paper gives an overview and summary of two projects conducted over the past two years. The first project hosted a Web-based Maintenance t (MRM) Seminar on the Safe Maintenance in Aviation Readiness and Training (SMART) Center for FLSW personnel in the Fall of 1999. The SMART Center utilizes the technical capabilities of the World Wide Web to provide resources and training for the continuing education of aviation maintenance personnel. The second project analyzed and tested the DoD sponsored Advanced Distributed Learning Sharable Content Object Reference Model (ADL SCORM) specification using the SMART Center as the basis for the analysis and testing of the specification. The Naval Postgraduate School in conjunction with the Naval Safety Center is currently conducting an evaluation of the new ADL SMART Center. The results of that evaluation will be presented during the World Aviation Congress conference.
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