Technology-Based Learning: Maximizing Human Performance and Corporate Success

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CRC Press, Jul 29, 1998 - Business & Economics - 336 pages
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Companies worldwide are recognizing the critical importance of harnessing the learning capabilities of people and technology in the workplace. Technology-Based Learning:
Maximizing Human Performance and Corporate Success shows how to capture and leverage this power, through techniques of knowledge management.

This comprehensive overview examines the advantages and disadvantages of learning technologies, and provides a guide for selecting, costing, and applying the various techniques.

Technology in the workplace has many overwhelming possibilities-so many that they've left many managers and HRD professionals confused and perplexed. Let Marquardt and Kearsley show you how to bring technology under control to meet the needs of your company and your employees.
 

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Contents

IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON ORGANIZATIONS
1
Interactive Multimedia Expanding ComputerBased
9
Technology and the Learning Organization
27
Technology and the Worker
43
Learning Technologies for Maximizing Human Performance
57
Electronic Publishing
73
Television and Video
87
Teleconferencing Audio Video Computer and Desktop
101
Electronic Performance Support Systems
179
Networks The Internet Intranet Web and LANsWANs
193
Knowledge Engineering The Technological Future
209
APPLICATION OF TECHNOLOGY FOR GLOBAL SUCCESS
233
Best Practices in Learning Technology
265
Best Practices in Knowledge Management Technologies
281
The Future of Technology in the Workplace
295
Glossary
309

Simulation Simulators and Virtual Reality
131
Authoring Tools for Learning Technologies
143
Knowledge The Critical Resource for Global Success
155
AssociationsResources in Technology and Learning
315
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