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Total Learning Architecture (TLA) Enables Next-generation Learning via Meta-adaptation

2016; IITSEC; Folsom-Kovarik, J.T.; Raybourn, E.M.

Technology is becoming ever more central to teaching and training. In classrooms, students use intelligent tutors and adaptive tests instead of textbooks and worksheets. In daily life, mobile devices enable blended, on-demand and ubiquitous life-long learning applications. Connected, pervasive media enables compelling transmedia learning (Raybourn, 2014) experiences. However, learning opportunities are still often implemented in "walled gardens" or stand-alone technology systems that must be manually curated and coordinated with all the others through costly, one-off efforts of developers or individual instructors.

Contract: W911QY-16-C-0019

Citation: Folsom-Kovarik, J., Raybourn, E. (2016). Total Learning Architecture (TLA) enables next-generation learning via meta-adaptation [Paper presentation]. In Volume 2016 (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2016 Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference (I/ITSEC). Arlington, VA: National Training and Simulation Association.

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