Developing and Assessing a Workshop That Utilizes a Serious Game to Introduce Joint All-domain Operations
Date of Award
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Mark G. Reith, PhD
The DoD has begun developing Joint All-Domain Operations (JADO) to prepare for the future of warfare. As complexity and technological capability increases, the U.S. military needs to adapt to provide a more lethal and capable force, able to compete and win against near-peer adversaries. This research describes the development of an Introduction to JADO Workshop designed to provide a structured primer into JADO concepts. The research also presents an extension of BSN in the form of BSN scenarios. These scenarios alter the rules to lessen the learning curve for the game and to engage with JADO concepts. This research proposed a format for future JADO education course, refined the BSN tool to improve effectiveness, measurement of the response to JADO education, and an assessment of the workshop from JADO leaders across the Air Force.
Voltz, Christopher M., "Developing and Assessing a Workshop That Utilizes a Serious Game to Introduce Joint All-domain Operations" (2021). Theses and Dissertations. 5097.