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What is Computer-managed Instruction?

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Many readers will have an understanding of Computer-based Training (CBT), but perhaps not of Computer-managed Instruction (CMI). Simply put, CMI is the management of instructional courseware through a computer software application. User registration, course enrollment, random test generation and scoring, student record-keeping, and other registrar functions are maintained by the CMI system.

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  • Training Record
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  • Interoperability Standard

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Schifman, R.S., van As, S., Ganci, J., Kerman, P., McGuire, J., Wells, W. (1999). What is Computer-managed Instruction?. In: The Ultimate Authorware Attain Tutorial. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-59881-4_11

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