Electronic Performance Support System. A software application that provide performance support. It is linked directly to another application so that when it is accessed, it trains or guides workers through steps they need to complete a task in the target application. More generally, a computer or other device that enables workers to access information or resources to help them achieve a task or performance requirements.
Electronic Performance Support System. Software that helps users perform their jobs more effectively while they work..
ELECTRONIC PROPOSAL SUBMISSION SYSTEM. A Web-based system to prepare and submit proposals for FP6 online. Access is provided via CORDIS (/fp6/dc/fp6/subprop.cfm). This is the preferred method for preparation and submission of proposals as it avoids the problems associated with physical delivery of packages by fixed deadlines.
Computerised system (on CORDIS site) for the preparation and electronic submission of project proposals.
Electronic Proposal Submission System (Preparing and sending proposals)
Electronic performance support system. An on demand, job performance aid that enables users to access an on-line information about a specific task. EPSS is employed to provide on-line assistance to personnel in the performance of their job. EPSS are high-tech job-aids that combine tutorials, reference libraries, and computer-based training in a single system accessible to workers as-needed. Learners can ask for advice, look up information, and take a class any time, and all at practically the same time. With EPSS, we can learn without leaving our desks or work site. Learning and supports are provided when needed and at the level needed. As companies begin organizing their information irretrievable data forms, EPSS will become more widely used.
an integrated electronic system that provides training and support at the moment of need for the employee
a software context that integrates the support needed to perform a job task - information, software and expert advice - with the actual job task or tasks
electronic performance support system. Applications designed to run simultaneously with other applications or embedded within other applications that provide support for the user in accomplishing specific tasks. An EPSS may provide needed information, present job aids, and deliver just-in-time, context-sensitive training on demand. A Web-based performance support system (WBPSS) is an EPSS that uses Web technology to deliver support in an enterprise environment.
1) A computer application that's linked directly to another application to train or guide workers through completing a task in the target application. 2) More generally, a computer or other device that gives workers information or resources to help them accomplish a task or achieve performance requirements.
ELECTRONIC PROPOSAL SUBMISSION SYSTEM. A Web-based system to prepare and submit proposals for FP6 online. Access is provided via CORDIS Information technologies programme implemented under the Fourth RTD Framework Programme, 1994-98.
Electronic Performance Support Systems are computer-based systems designed to: enable the worker to gain access to large amounts of information, include opportunities for learning, and serve as expert systems that provide advice and coaching through a distinctive and friendly interface. Also known as IPS (Interactive Performance Systems), PSS (Performance-Support Systems), PST (Performance-Support Tools), expert systems, and on-line help systems. Some describe them as souped-up job aids.
Electronic Performance Support System. A formal model for a branch of learning that places more emphasis on small, instantly available chunks of learning delivered to the learner at their point of need. ERP: Enterprise Resource Planning. Refers to large enterprise databases with application programming for account and process management functions.
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See Electronic Performance Support System.