Testing the Efficacy of an Automated Decision Model for Selecting Blended Performance Improvement Solutions, No. 07-R9774Printer Friendly Version
Inclusive Dates: 01/01/08 12/31/08
Background - The primary objective of this research study is to design and test the efficacy of an empirical decision model for selecting the best blend of performance improvement strategies and delivery methods. Designing a decision model to streamline and automate the process of selecting blended learning solutions would increase efficiency considerably and could contribute significantly to the development of blended training at the curriculum level in several sectors. Current and potential customers have expressed a need for applying this type of model to several programs that require re-analysis of training or conversion of extensive amounts of training.
Approach - The technical approach for the study includes four phases:
Accomplishments - Current accomplishments include developing the decision model and algorithm for the prototype tool. Tool development and evaluation will be accomplished during future months.