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Click2Learn wins Army contract


Click2learn has been awarded $2.1 million in new contracts to expand defense readiness programs for the U.S. Army and The Army National Guard. Through this expansion, the Aspen Enterprise Learning Platform will become the backbone for highly targeted defense readiness programs.

As part of this same award, Click2learn's content development specialists are assisting the Washington National Guard in building e-learning content for the Artillery School of Fort Sill in Oklahoma. As a result, beginning, intermediate, and advanced e-learning courses on Cannon Crewmanship will be launched in early 2002. Used in addition to resident training, these e-learning tracks reduce the travel time and costs associated with service members' training, accelerating defense readiness.

"Our decision to expand our content development initiatives and move to the Aspen platform was based on our firm commitment to advancing defense readiness through state-of-the-art learning," said Colonel Richard O'Connor, Deputy Chief of Staff/Operations at Camp Murray, Wash.

By expanding to Aspen, the Guard will be able to rapidly create content with SCORM-based reusable learning objects using the Aspen Content Development Server (CDS). This will allow the organization to quickly update programs in response to changes in programs of instruction.

In addition, the Aspen Learning Experience Server (LXS) will allow training to be personalized according to a service member's role, his/her skills and knowledge, the training he/she has completed, as well as specific rules and policies that apply to his/her missions.

Content will be delivered to service members through the Aspen Learning Management Server (LMS), allowing the Guard to conduct sophisticated analyses of the skills of an individual service member. Officers will be able to quickly determine skill gaps and learning needs of service members, select appropriate courses to close the gaps and track progress. Aspen's reporting and analysis capabilities will help the Guard assess defense readiness and instantly identify service members with the skills and training required for specific strategic operations.

Click2learn has already completed its first phases of work with the Washington Army National Guard, which included more than 60 hours of certification courses in military leadership, information technology, and other training programs.

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