• Integrated Learning Environment (ILE)

  • Integrated Learning Environment

  • The CAE integrated learning environment (ILE) enables individual, team and force-scale centric strategic training, supporting the full range of classroom, e-learning and simulation-based learning models. The integrated learning environment ensures naval crews are tactically and technically proficient and mission ready. CAE’s ILE can enhance individual and collective results by taking instruction from an individual to a team context, and connecting teams with the instruction, resources, and assessment tools needed to drive performance.

    CAE’s ILE portal offers a seamless learner environment providing access to key learning services such as:

    • E-Learning courseware, multimedia, and simulation environments;
    • Team collaboration and virtual classroom;
    • Content creation, editing and management;
    • Learner, team, and force-scale planning, assessment, and analytics; and
    • Resource management and scheduling.

    CAE’s ILE is a collection of learning-centric enterprise class applications that are integrated to simplify and extend the benefits of electronic learning. The integrated learning environment can be part of an integrated training solution offered to naval forces to ensure the crews are tactically and technically proficient and mission ready. CAE offers a complete and comprehensive ILE consisting of an ILE portal which provides access to key learning services such as:

    • Learning management system;
    • Learning content management system;
    • Conferencing and collaboration;
    • Resource management system; and
    • Help desk.

    CAE designed, implemented and has been supporting the Air Force Integrated Information and Learning Environment (AFIILE) for the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) since 2008. The integrated information and learning environment consists of a learning management system, learning content management system, and resource management and scheduling system.  AFIILE was initially developed for the RCAF but the Department of National Defence has expended its use across all Canadian Armed Forces, supporting over a hundred thousand users.


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