Definition Edit

Computer-managed instruction (CMI) is an instructional strategy where the computer is used to provide learning objectives, learning resources, and assessment of a learner's performance.

Overview Edit

Computer-managed instruction functions can include a management administration system designed to

  • Track student performance over time.
  • Provide information concerning performance trends.
  • Record individual and group performance data.
  • Schedule students, training, resources, and provide support for other training management functions.
  • Computer-managed instruction functions may be used with CBI, CAI, or IMI, based on need.[1]}}

References Edit

  1. Department of the Army, Training: Multimedia Courseware Development Guide 273 (TRADOC Pamphlet 350-70-2) (June 26, 2003) (full-text).

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