Learning Technologies 2010 Paper: Domain-Specific Language Systems Use for JIT Courseware

/ Learning Technologies 2010 Paper: Domain-Specific Language Systems Use for JIT Courseware

Learning Technologies 2010 Paper: Domain-Specific Language Systems Use for JIT Courseware

A Secure Decisions paper will be presented at the New Learning Technologies Conference 2010 sponsored by the Society for Learning Technology in Orlando. The paper reviews successful uses of Domain-Specific Language Systems and illustrates how the method can be more widely employed to facilitate just-in-time workplace courseware.

New Learning Technologies 2010

NORTHPORT, NY February 25, 2010—Effective, less costly just-in-time workplace courseware remains an elusive goal.  Given limited instructional design resources, alternatives more fully integrated with day-to-day knowledge work processes hold promise.  A paper titled “Diamonds in the Sawdust: Courseware as Reusable Task Artifacts Orchestrated by Domain-Specific Language Systems” will be presented by Secure Decisions analyst Mark Underwood at the New Learning Technologies Conference 2010.

The paper considers ways to accelerate instructional content development for applications such as training for new product releases, HIPAA compliance and network security.

 

The New Learning Technologies Conference is being held this year on March 3-5 in Orlando.  The Conference is sponsored by the Society for Applied Learning Technology. For over 30 years the Society for Applied Learning Technology (SALT) has sponsored conferences which are educational in nature and cover a wide range of application areas such as elearning, web-based training, mobile learning, interactive multimedia in education and training, learning management systems (LMS), instructional systems design (ISD), and performance support systems. These conferences provide attendees with an opportunity to become familiar with the latest technical information on application possibilities, on technologies, and on methodologies for implementation.

About Secure Decisions and Applied Visions

The Secure Decisions division of Applied Visions, Inc. (AVI) focuses on research and development in areas related to national security including information assurance, infrastructure protection, cyber security, and intelligence analysis. Secure Decisions provides decision-makers with tools to analyze massive amounts of data for more accurate and timely decisions; MeerCAT® and VIAssist™ visualization products are tools developed for analysis of cyber security data.  SimBLEND is a project to deliver game-based training to the modern cyber warrior, while Camus maps cyber assets to missions and users. AVI is also involved in serious games through its TTAPS and AVIsor platforms.  The AVI iTVO system integrates static and dynamic views of software, and the company has completed large scale software development projects for Equis, Hallmark Cards, AC Nielsen, Computer Associates and Interbank FX. e. For more information, use our contact form.

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