Department of Doctoral Studies
The name of the company should read Colgan Air not Cogan Airlines.
"This is a study of how a virtual technology burden was created that impacted the professional pilot college student and various colleges/universities that offer professional pilot degree programs. A cascading set of events began as a result of U.S. congressional reaction to a tragic airline accident. The resulting legislation forced the Federal Aviation Administration to publish new rules for first officer qualifications that were unmindful of the recommendations of professional pilot groups for simulation-based training. Ultimately, this placed a financial burden on both the college/university training curriculum and on the professional pilot student."
International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education
Scholarly Commons Citation
Brady, T. (2014). The Impact on Educational Technology of a Fatal Airline Accident: A Case Study. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/202