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ACME project, Internet-based systems that advocate academic credit for military experience and analyze options for veterans in career transition

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3 Author(s)
Wenger, D.A. ; ACME Project, Instructional Mater. Depot Inc., USA ; Rufflo, M. ; Bertalan, F.J.

The ACME Project provides Internet based systems that promote equity in the awarding of Academic Credit for Military Experience (ACME) and training in college and technical college programs in Wisconsin, USA. ACME Project analysis systems provide program credit and cost analyses for academic programs on a college-by-college basis. A unique Databank of Equivalences documents credit awards for military courses using the military ACE Guide as a standard. All branches of the United States military are served by these systems. The paper focuses on Phase I piloting results and implications of systems utilization for solving transcript analysis problems for college admissions officers, military personnel, and active-duty military personnel and veterans in career transition in Wisconsin and elsewhere

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Advanced Learning Technologies, 2001. Proceedings. IEEE International Conference on

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