High Speed Rail Learning System (HSRLS) – Taking Advantage of Online Technologies in Railway Education
© 2015 Tongji University and Tongji University Press The United States has taken initial steps toward developing a high speed rail (HSR) network, but the domestic workforce experience and institutional knowledge necessary for the planning, design, construction, and operations of HSR is underdeveloped. This paper describes and provides preliminary assessment of the High Speed Rail Learning System (HSRLS), a demonstration project that seeks to address gaps in HSR knowledge and skills in the US. The HSRLS developers designed an online education system to serve as a clearinghouse for rail-related information and content, connect teachers, trainers, and students at pre-, and postgraduate levels, and to collect demographic and professional information on groups and individuals interested in HSR. The paper explores the technology review, selection process, and content developed. Website visits and demographic information from over 4,000 unique individuals and 600 HSRLS course registrations are analyzed and assessed.
International Journal of Transportation Science and Technology
High Speed Rail Learning System (HSRLS) – Taking Advantage of Online Technologies in Railway Education.
International Journal of Transportation Science and Technology,
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