Saturday, April 21, 2007
For Bloomsburg University's Corporate Advisory Council's Request for Proposal activity this semester, the teams had to create a two tiered solution to train security guards to recognize and identify suspicious persons, objects and situations. There were four teams this semester.
One, named Elan, consisted of Asmahan Akam, Weitian An, Jacob Naylor and Kathryn Rebilas. They proposed a two-phased solution titled "Pennsylvania Personnel Awareness Training and Reality-based Online Learning Solution" (PA PATROLS). Phase 1 training consisted of six self-paced modules built in an interactive e-learning environment. The learners would be required to complete two “all-required” modules and one specialty module that corresponds with an individual's line of work. Phase 2 utilized the internet-based virtual environment Second Life.
In this solution, learners would be put into groups of ten and led virtually by an instructor through one “all-required” module and one specialty module.
Elan received the "Best Prototype" award.
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