Learning the Digital Way

Kring, Meggan; Thomas, Addison
May 2008
Soldiers;May2008, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p28
The article focuses on the Distributed Learning System (DLS), a program funded by the U.S. Army that delivers language training to soldiers through computers. DLS ensures mission readiness through programs such as Army e-Learning, an application supported by Skillsoft PLC, which is universally accessible through the Army Knowledge Online portal. It offers information on the Rosetta Stone language learning software from Fairfield Language Technologies.


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