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Resources

The ADL Initiative produces research-based reports, technical specifications, how-to guides, software prototypes, and policy guidance. In most cases, these resources are provided to DoD and Federal government organizations under permissive government licenses. In many cases, these resources are also available to the general public under open-source licenses.

Technical Reports

As a DoD research organization, the ADL Initiative publishes all technical reports to the Defense Technical Information Center. Additionally, you can search or explore these documents on our Publications repository, or click the links below for some of our most popular reports:

Technical Specifications and Resources

How-to Guides

How-to guides are included on our project pages, or click the links below for some of our most popular guides:

Software Prototypes

The ADL Initiative posts available software prototypes on our GitHub page. More mature software applications that are ready for beta-testing or operational use for government customers are available from our Learning Technology (L-Tech) Warehouse. Or click the links below for some of our most popular software repositories and prototypes:

Terms Glossary

The glossary of distributed learning terminology is a supplement to DoD Instruction 1322.26. Additions and edits to this glossary are approved by the Defense ADL Advisory Committee.