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Art. 04 – Vol.23 – No. 2 – 2013

Student-centered Education ADL and Serious Games
Applied to Military Environment


Daniel Beligan
daniel.beligan@adlunap.ro

Cătălin Radu
catalin.radu@adlunap.ro

Education Department Advanced Distributed
National Defence University “Carol I”, Bucharest, Romania

Abstract: Education and distance learning provides maximum flexibility for exceptional results but it takes self-discipline, self-taught and motivated learners. In the military, more important than passion and curiosity, is the need to learn the rules of the game, which means the task of training, which can make the difference between living to die or to survive and accomplish the mission on the battlefield. Students who attend distance learning courses develop their independence and self-study, which is an important advantage for the next stages of life.

Keywords: advanced distributed learning, serious games, elearning.

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