Distance Learning: A Step-by-step Guide for Trainers

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American Society for Training and Development, 1997 - Distance education. - 179 pages
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Aims to reveal the potential and the pitfalls of distance learning by exploring when and how to select and incorporate such technologies as interactive audio and video conferencing, CBT and Internet or intranet-based training into a training programme. The book examines the power of distance learning methodologies from the learner, trainer and managerial perspectives, and offers a blueprint for designing effective distance learning curricula. Included are templates, checklists and other job aids for creating and managing distance learning events.

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