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Title: DLCC 2007 Conference


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DLCC 2007 Conference 20-22 March 2007
Language and Culture at a Distance
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Chairmans Vision
  • The men and women of our armed forces are the
    nations most important strategic resource. Only
    a force of dedicated, well-educated, and highly
    trained men and women capable of leveraging new
    ideas will succeed in the complex fast-paced
    environment of future military operations.
  • OPMEP

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Administrative Points
  • Hours and Schedule
  • Break Locations
  • "The Facilities"
  • Refreshments and Meals
  • Telephone Calls
  • Computer Access
  • Fire Exits
  • Smoking Areas

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Tuesday Agenda
Time Topic Speaker
0830-0840 Welcome Mr. Tom Hazard
0840-0900 Admin Remarks Agenda Review Dr. Ken Pisel, DLCC Chair
0900-0945 The Importance of Language and Cultural Competency in the Modern Strategic Environment CAPT Tim Doorey
0945-1000 Break ----
1000-1045 Language and Cultural Competence Prof. Brian Selmeski
1045-1130 Language and Cultural Competence the DOD Vision Iris Bulls
1130-1230 Lunch ----
1230-1315 Developing Learning Technologies and The Learning of Language Cultural Competence Skills Mr. Doug Nelson
1315-1400 ADL Virtual Language Technology Center Donald A. Philpitt
1400-1415 Break ----
1415-1500 JKDDC COL Katherine Kasun, USAR
1500-1545 Language Culture Distributed Training and Education Programs in SOCOM LTC Jack Donnelly
1545-1630 Wrap-up First Day Ken Pisel
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Wednesday Agenda
Time Topic Speaker
0815-0900 Language Culture Distributed Training and Education Programs in the Marine Corps Jeff Bearor
0900-0945 Language Culture Distributed Training and Education Programs in the Navy CDR Keith Burgess
0945-1000 Break ----
1000-1045 Language Culture Distributed Training and Education Programs in the Army Chris Dearing
1045-1130 Language Culture Distributed Training and Education Programs in the Air Force Col Dave Harwood, USAF (ret)
1130-1215 Realm of the Possible What Vendors are doing today with DL to support DOD Dr. Jeff Harrington
1215-1300 Lunch ----
1300-1345 Realm of the Possible 2 Santosh Abraham John Gibbs
1345-1430 Realm of the Possible 3 W. Lewis Johnson
1430-1445 Break ----
1445-1530 Realm of the Possible 4 Karen Lockaby
1530-1615 Facilitated Discussion Future Solutions for Meeting DODs Requirements Panel of vendors
1615-1630 Wrap-up, Assign Action Items, Adjournment Ken Pisel
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Thursday Agenda
Time Topic Speaker
0800-0815 Arrival
0815-0830 Opening Remarks Agenda review Ken Pisel
0830-1000 Lead-agent Service lesson formats and outlines Individual updates and general discussion
1000-1015 Break ----
1015-1145 Business rules review (ISD SE JPME break-out groups) Ken Pisel, Angela Lindsey, John Lipps
1145-1245 Lunch ----
1245-1315 CAC access issue FOUO content in DL Ken Pisel
1315-1400 OPMEP review Ken Pisel
1400-1415 Break ----
1415-1500 Business rules review Break-out groups report achievements Ken Pisel, Angela Lindsey, John Lipps
1500-1545 JKDDC conduit to JPME Dr. Jerry West, JKDDC
1545-1630 General Business action items, next conference topic, next meeting, etc. Ken Pisel
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What do we hope to accomplish?
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The only thing harder than getting a new idea
into the military mind is getting an old one
out.
B.H. Liddell Hart
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Think outside of the proverbial box
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Connect all 9 dots using 4 lines, without lifting
the pencil off the paper.
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Connect all 9 dots using 4 lines, without lifting
the pencil off the paper.
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Connect all 9 dots using 4 lines, without lifting
the pencil off the paper.
13
Questions
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Questions
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