Instructional Engineering in Networked Environments

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John Wiley & Sons, May 7, 2004 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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In this book, Gilbert Paquette?an internationally recognized expert in the field of technology-based training?offers IT professionals, trainers, and consultants a revolutionary method for going beyond simple information management. Instructional Engineering in Networked Environments introduces the instructional engineering method that elicits knowledge from subject matter experts to make information more widely available for training other people and transfering knowledge through formal and informal training using a variety of media and information sources. Throughout the book, Paquette shows that instructional engineering is based on the use of transferable graphic models that demonstrate how this engineering works in an environment with human networks and diversified information sources.  This important book also includes illustrative examples of “artifacts” ? the actual jobs aids that hold an organization’s knowledge ? and provides numerous easily reproducible tools.

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About the author (2004)

Gilbert Paquette is a professor at Tele-universite du Quebec, acting as director of the CIRTA Research Centre, an interuniversity research center hosted by the LICEF research center at Tele-universite. He is leading two important Canadian projects in the field of e-learning: eduSource and LORNET. Paquette has published three books and numerous articles and has supervised and participated in a dozen multimedia teletraining courses and many computer-based training environments.

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