500 Computing Tips for Trainers

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Kogan Page, 1998 - Business & Economics - 148 pages
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In the best-selling style of other books in the 500 Tips series this great addition to the series offers up-to-the-minute advice for trainers wanting to harness the power of new technology in their sessions. Packed with great ideas for both those used to using computers as part of their training and for those anxious to integrate computers into their training but unsure of the first steps, the book provides stimulating new approaches to learning. Grouped into logical sections that entertain as well as inform, the book offers lively practical advice on everything from using the internet to computer-based training presentations.

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Contents

Helping Trainees to Leam
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Why use computers and ICT in training?
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Expressing intended learning outcomes
8
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