Journal of Military Learning

Journal of Military Learning April 2017 Cover

April 2017

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Letter from the Editor

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FEATURE

What is Army University Supposed to Do and How Is It Going So Far?

Maj. Gen. John Kem, U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Andrew T. Hotaling, U.S. Army

COMMENTARY

America’s Perpetual “Offset”

Col. Steven L. Delvaux, U.S. Army, PhD

Reframing the Human Dimension: Gardner’s “Five Minds for the Future”

Col. Nicholas Marsella, U.S. Army, Retired

PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES

Educating Our Defense Managers: A Way Ahead

Thomas P. Galvin, EdD; Andrew A. Hill, DBA

Learning at a Distance: The Potential and Perceptions of Distributed Learning

Capt. Elvin J. Fortuna, U.S. Army

Online Collaborative Course Design for Army E-Learning

Liston Bailey, PhD; Tammy Bankus, PhD

ARTICLES OF INTEREST

The Changing Face of Military Learning

Sae Schatz, PhD; David T. Fautua, PhD; Julian Stodd; Emilie A. Reitz

Leader Development, Learning Agility, and the Army Profession

Col. Brian J. Reed, U.S. Army, PhD

BEST PRACTICE INSIGHTS

Combatting Dualistic Thinking in Professional Military Education

Capt. Juan P. Remy, U.S. Army

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Recommended Reading

Upcoming Conferences of Note

Service Notes

Highlighted Learning Organizations

Call for Papers and Author Submission Guidelines