New media and methods in industrial training: the principles of training design and some new resources for implementing them: based on papers prepared for a national conference organised jointly by the B.B.C. and the University of Aston in Birmingham in July 1967 and on discussions held at the conference
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The principles of training design
The first steps in training design
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