Event Title

An Electronic Performance Support System (EPSS) for Natural Resource Planning: Making the Limits of Acceptable Change (LAC) System Interactive

Presenter Information

Michael A. Tarrant
Liyan Song

Location

McKimmon Conference & Training Center / Classroom 7

Event Website

http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/nrei/vol9/

Start Date

15-3-2002 2:30 PM

End Date

15-3-2002 3:00 PM

Description

End-users in academe, as well as in professional practice, are increasingly looking toward advances in distance education to improve learning opportunities for students and staff. The Internet has provided one medium for delivering information to global users in a dynamic environment. Unfortunately, the restrictions of the Internet (in terms of server connectivity, bandwidth type, and data processing capabilities, etc.) often limit the flexibility for delivering and working with large multimedia and interactive files. An alternative platform to the Internet is the digital video disk (DVD), which is capable of storing, delivering, and processing large pieces of information almost instantaneously and without the system requirements of the Internet. This presentation will demonstrate the application of an electronic performance support system (EPSS), delivered via DVD, to wilderness planning using the Limits of Acceptable Change (LAC) system.

Comments

Session 4. Spatial Technologies. Recommended Citation: Tarrant, Michael A. and Song, Liyan (2002) "Electronic performance support system (EPSS) for natural resource planning: Making the limits of acceptable change (LAC) system interactive," Natural Resources and Environmental Issues: Vol. 9, Article 18. Available at: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/nrei/vol9/iss1/18

 
Mar 15th, 2:30 PM Mar 15th, 3:00 PM

An Electronic Performance Support System (EPSS) for Natural Resource Planning: Making the Limits of Acceptable Change (LAC) System Interactive

McKimmon Conference & Training Center / Classroom 7

End-users in academe, as well as in professional practice, are increasingly looking toward advances in distance education to improve learning opportunities for students and staff. The Internet has provided one medium for delivering information to global users in a dynamic environment. Unfortunately, the restrictions of the Internet (in terms of server connectivity, bandwidth type, and data processing capabilities, etc.) often limit the flexibility for delivering and working with large multimedia and interactive files. An alternative platform to the Internet is the digital video disk (DVD), which is capable of storing, delivering, and processing large pieces of information almost instantaneously and without the system requirements of the Internet. This presentation will demonstrate the application of an electronic performance support system (EPSS), delivered via DVD, to wilderness planning using the Limits of Acceptable Change (LAC) system.

http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/cuenr/4thBiennial/sessions/8