Presents the results of research on the eArmyU distance learning program, focused on making eArmyU available to more individuals while controlling program costs.
The eArmyU continuing education program allows enlisted soldiers to earn college credits while on active duty.
This study sought to determine how to make eArmyU available to more individuals while controlling program costs.
Historically, the program's primary cost had been attributed to the laptop computer it provides.
This study examined how the existing eArmyU program, as well as how removing the laptop or other provisions, affect various soldier outcomes.