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The DL STAR is a publication of The Army Distributed Learning Program (TADLP) and provides articles that highlight and describe emerging innovations within Distributed Learning (DL) communities, both in the military as well as in private industry.

Comments and suggestions are welcome; to submit an article for consideration and publication in the DL STAR please review the Guidelines below. We hope to see your byline in an upcoming issue!

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our tadlp newsletter: the dl star

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EDITION 33

  • In this issue:
  • Introduction by Michael Holt, new TADLP Director
  • Article: "Training the force - The Army Learning Management System"
  • Special Feature: "Are Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) the next big thing in Army Learning?"
  • Article: "U.S. Army TRADOC Virtual Learning"
  • Article: "A Look at Sound Properties in Teaching Authentic Levantine Materials"
  • Feature: "VLE Instructional Techniques From an AMSC Instructor of the (IOY) Year Recipient"

DL STAR ARTICLE SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  1. Articles are considered on a case by case basis and are subject to editing.
  2. Articles should be approximately 600 to 1200 words and include a title.
  3. To submit your article, e-mail TADLP at usarmy.jble.tradoc.mbx.au-tadlp@mail.mil using the words "DL STAR ARTICLE." in the subject line of your submission e-mail.
  4. Include your first name, last name, and a contact e-mail address in the body of your message. Your name (but not your e-mail) will appear in the newsletter.
  5. We will work with you via e-mail to edit and proof all submissions prior to publication.
  6. Articles should be sent as an attachment, in either Word (.doc or .docx), plain-text (.txt, use Unicode encoding), or rich-text (.rtf) format. Submission sent in pdf format will not be considered.
  7. Related pictures are highly encouraged to be submitted along with your article. Images must fall into one of these categories:
    1. your own work, i.e. you took the photo
    2. freely licensed;
    3. public domain;
    4. fair use.
    Attach images with the same e-mail as your article submission. When appropriate, include a short caption of each image.