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MT Continuum Status. Tiffany Dombrowski, AIM Pgm Mgr Gerry Cullison, SSP Mark Campbell, MT Continuum Team Jamie Stewart, AIM team. 3 Apr 12. Overview. MT Continuum overview Application to other communities Project status Lessons learned for other NETC communities

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mt continuum status
MT Continuum Status

Tiffany Dombrowski, AIM Pgm Mgr

Gerry Cullison, SSP

Mark Campbell, MT Continuum Team

Jamie Stewart, AIM team

3 Apr 12

overview
Overview
  • MT Continuum overview
  • Application to other communities
  • Project status
  • Lessons learned for other NETC communities
  • SSP Electronic Classroom Control Software Change
mt continuum project
MT Continuum Project

Strategic Systems Programs (SSP) re-engineering 30+ week training pipeline for TRIDENT Ballistic Submarine (SSBN) Missile Techs (MTs) into blended just-enough/just-in-time ILE-conformant Instructor Led (ILT) and Interactive Multimedia Instruction(IMI) segments

AIM CPM and LO Module toolsets part of SSP’s baseline business process for this re-engineering

First major end-to-end design, development, and maintenance project that’s defining CPM/LO Module business rules and data exchange mechanisms

MT Continuum team:

SSP - Requirements Owners, Afloat Delivery System

Contractor team – ILT development, IMI Storyboard development, SMEs

NAWCTSD / AIM team - CPM/LO Module support

NUWC – LMS (Seaware)

LSI, Inc. - ISD and IMI design/development

CFS – CM/QA agent for SSP

Fleet – SMEs

application to other communities
Application to Other Communities
  • Based on NETC-mandated JDTA as fleet performance requirement basis for learning content design and development
  • Closely coordinated with NAVEDTRA 136 development
  • Hands-on production phase development of complete LO Module ILT lessons/sections and design of IMI lessons/sections as well as definition of new JDTA/LO Module versioning concepts
  • Integrated development and maintenance environment for blended, SCORM and 136-compliant learning content
  • Bi-directional interface between LO Module and LSI Venus.net CBT toolset for IMI development/maint.
project status
Project Status
  • Plan, Analyze and Design Completed
    • JDTA
    • Establishment of initial 3 major projects
    • Revised 9-project structure
      • Approval of learning objectives
      • Ongoing development of ISD considerations elements as part of script-storyboard effort
  • Development (production) Phase underway 15 May 11
    • 9 projects exported from CPM to LO Module for production development in AIM I Rel 5.0 on fedsun
    • SWS AIM I instance in production at NETPDTC
lessons learned for other netc communities
Lessons Learned for Other NETC Communities
  • Completion of supporting documentation in Design Phase is crucial – (IMDP, Learning Objectives, Process Documents)
  • Establish standard for estimating TTT in Design Phase
  • Establish change request process in Design Phase
  • Development IMS/POA&M– crucial to support reviews
  • Storyboard Training – Consider Learning Curve for Storyboarding in the LOM
ssp electronic classroom control software change
SSP Electronic Classroom Control Software Change
  • Background
    • The introduction of electronic documentation in the early 2000’s saw the migration of a majority of paper Instructor Guides (IGs) to electronic Lesson Plans (LPs) . This required the introduction of tools (TechSight) necessary to access, present and view them – Classroom Control (software)
    • In 2005 the CCS tool of choice (TechSight) was experiencing obsolescence issues. A replacement product “Elite” was selected (to address these issues) for evaluation and after some modifications for use.
ssp electronic classroom control software change contd
SSP Electronic Classroom Control Software Change(contd)
  • Evolving requirements and obsolescence issues are forcing a Classroom Control Software change. Some of these but not all:
    • Policy
      • DODI 1322.26 - Embedded training and distributed learning shall be considered as the first option.
      • OPNAVINST 1500.76A – Navy Training Systems Requirement Acquisition and Management
      • DoD directive 8500.1M – Information Assurance
    • Standards
      • SCORM 2004
      • HTML 5, XML
    • Software
      • Applications – I.E., Flash, MS Office , Java 6.4…
      • Operating Systems (OS) - Windows 7, 64 Bit, Windows Server 2008 64 bit
ssp electronic classroom control software change contd1
SSP Electronic Classroom Control Software Change (contd)
  • Approach
    • Identify and correct issues in the areas of Policy, Standards and Software in an update to the CCS tool or in the development of a new (CCS) tool.
  • Options
    • SSP has identified 3 potential options to address this approach:
      • Update Current CCS (Elite)
      • Develop New CCS
      • Integrate CCS Software into LMS
ssp electronic classroom control software change contd2
SSP Electronic Classroom Control Software Change (contd)
  • Option 1: Update Current CCS (Elite)
  • Pros
    • Update can be incremental
    • Low schedule risk
  • Cons
    • Cost
    • Proprietary
    • Risk may drive redesign
    • Retains unused legacy capabilities
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SSP Electronic Classroom Control Software Change (contd)

  • Option 2: Develop New CCS
  • Pros
    • Develop to Software requirements
    • Develop to Standards
    • Develop to Policies
  • Cons
    • Cost
    • Schedule
    • Unknown Risks
ssp electronic classroom control software change contd3
SSP Electronic Classroom Control Software Change (contd)
  • Option 3: Integrate CCS into the LMS
  • Pros
    • Update can be incremental
    • Low schedule risk
      • LMS Development efforts underway
      • Initial feedback indicates a 24 month development effort
    • Develop to Software requirements
    • Develop to Standards
    • Develop to Policies
  • Cons
    • Cost
    • Schedule
    • Unknown Risks
modernized aim
Modernized AIM

Modernized AIM can

tie the entire

process together