• Motivation and online learning 

      Isaksen, Geir; Ramberg, Pål Andre (Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference;Paper No. 2118, Conference object, 2005)
      This paper is based on a post-graduate thesis which received an A at the Institute for Adult Education (VOX) spring 2004 and looks at which measures can be facilitated such that the teaching principle of motivation is ...
    • Norwegian Defense ADL Regulations: Good directions or just plain distractions 

      Isaksen, Geir; Broberg, Arne (Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference;Paper No. 2607, Conference object, 2006)
      The paper introduces the Norwegian defence (NoD) Advanced distributed learning (ADL) Regulations published early in 2006. After many years of “lawlessness” regarding development and implementation of training, simulation ...
    • New way of accessing and reusing e-learning between countries 

      Isaksen, Geir; Lamothe, Peter; Railer, Bill (Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference;Paper No. 8112, Conference object, 2008)
      Norwegian Defense Education Command (NoDEC) and Canadian Defense Academy (CDA) are in a joint effort using/testing Federated Digital Repository System (FDRS) to store and access e-learning courses in a Sharable Content ...
    • Anti-piracy and humanitarian operations: International order at sea: workshop 1 

      Bekkevold, Jo Inge; Ross, Robert S. (Others, 2012)
      Given the last decade's maritime cooperation in humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR) operations after the 2004 tsunami and the 2011 earth quake and tsunami in Japan, and the last years' anti-piracy efforts ...
    • Hey, remember to add motivational design to your e-learning 

      Isaksen, Geir (Conference object, 2015)
      Student motivation is an essential component of all educational and learning processes. Without motivation, students lack cognitive presence resulting in little, if any, learning. In the traditional classroom setting, it’s ...
    • NATO’s Comprehensive Approach: Still Something for the Future? 

      Dyndal, Gjert Lage; Vikan, Cornelia (Conference object, 2015-06-24)
      For more than a decade, the ideal and thoughts of a more ‘comprehensive approach’ to handle complex conflicts and state-building has been the focus of both academic think-tanks, politicians, and civilian and military actors ...
    • The Northern Flank and High North Scenarios of the Cold War 

      Dyndal, Gjert Lage (Conference object, 2015-06-24)
    • Advanced Distributed Learning: A Global Perspective 

      Schatz, Sae; Isaksen, Geir; Railer, Bill (Conference object, 2016)
      Coalition military forces have become the norm, and to be ready for multinational operations, militaries must prepare using relevant training, education, and exercises. Many nations and security coalitions use advanced ...
    • How to evaluate student motivation & engagement in e-learning. 

      Isaksen, Geir; Hole, Siren Frøytlog (Conference object, 2016)
      In last year’s I/ITSEC paper, we provided specific insights into practical applications of motivational design principles from John Keller’s ARCS-V model, by showing how this is done in several Norwegian Defense Forces ...
    • How Video Lectures Can Free Up Time For Other Learning Activities 

      Isaksen, Geir (Conference object, 2017)
      The Norwegian Defense University College (NDUC) is continuously challenged with cost reduction while increasing instructional quality within the educational system. Specifically, in 2017, the educational sector within the ...
    • Hey, This Is What Your Teacher Needs To Start With Online Lectures 

      Isaksen, Geir; Hole, Siren Frøytlog (Conference object, 2018)
      As a part of a huge and overturning educational reform in the Norwegian Armed Forces (NoAF), a digital strategy is being enforced. For the educational sector, this means moving more of the instruction and learning activities ...