computer-managed instruction


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computer-managed instruction

[kəm′pyüd·ər ¦man·ijd in′strək·shən]
(computer science)
The use of computer assistance in testing, diagnosing, prescribing, grading, and record keeping. Abbreviated CMI. Also known as computer-aided management of instruction.
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Computer-managed instruction is a teaching strategy in which the computer is used to provide students with learning objectives and learning sources, and to observe the evaluation of student achievement.
Students benefit from computer-managed instruction and training in more than 100 vocational fields.
Macromedia Pathware, a standards-based Computer-Managed Instruction system, offers a completely integrated solution for assembling, assigning, delivering, and administering learning courseware as well as tracking detailed results.
The AICC standard specifies how CBT courses relay results back to a Computer-Managed Instruction (CMI) system to enable interoperability.
Learner data can be passed directly into Docent's learning management system by using the aviation industry's AGR-010 consensus guidelines for Web-Based Computer-Managed Instruction, developed by the Aviation Industry Computer Based Training Committee (AICC).

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