Written as a guide for newcomers, as well as experienced human resource
personnel, this book provides a systematic approach to evaluating, selecting
and integrating new technologies into your training programs. Well written
and easy to understand, the guide is an invaluable resource for anyone
interested in training technologies.
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What is computer and web based training? Is it the same as multimedia? Is it
different from an expert system? What does an embedded training system do? What's all the fuss over
internet virtual classrooms? These are just a few
questions answered in the guide.
Economical, Quality Training
Once you are familiar with the technology, how do you determine which
technology (or mix of technologies) will provide the most effective
training? Just as importantly, what can be done to improve the cost
efficiency of training? Find out what technology can do.
Managing Computer or
Web Based Training Project
The guide will assist you in identifying the tools necessary for
developing and managing a computer or web based training project. Everything from resources
required to deliverables produced for each stage will be detailed.
Training technology is more than computer
or web based training program! Learn
how Learning Management Systems (LMS) can reduce administrative costs,
diagnose employee strengths and weaknesses and validate the effectiveness of training.