Technology-Based Training: The Art and Science of Design, Development, and Delivery (with CD-ROM)

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Wiley, 2000 - Business & Economics - 395 pages
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Your blueprint to creating and managing technology-based training!

Technology-Based Training is the first comprehensive overview and planning guide to the new world of distance learning. The accompanying CD-ROM and related web site ( are packed with useful tools and links to technology-based resources to keep you up-to-date on all the latest developments in the field. Based on sound instructional system design principles and the latest technological advances, this book is filled with real-world examples and case studies so that you can see the principles in action.

Technology-Based Training will teach you how to:

  • Determine when to use CD-ROMs and when to use the Web according to your organization's needs
  • Apply effective instructional strategies that will ensure greater learning
  • Design user interface to provide better access to course content
  • Track the effectiveness of your training program

    "Technology-Based Training is a must read for anyone thinking about moving toward web delivery for performance improvement."
    --Barbara Stebbins, supervisor corporate training and education, Ford Motor Company

    Put your technology-based training fears to rest. Everything you need to create an effective and cutting-edge training program is here!

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    Choosing the Right Technology
    Designing Lessons for Adult Learners

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    About the author (2000)

    KEVIN KRUSE is a principal at Raymond Karsan Associates' Performance Solutions Group. Kruse is a nationally known consultant and speaker and the recipient of the American Society for Training & Development's Blue Ribbon for Instructional Technology and the International Society for Performance Improvement's Award of Excellence. His clients have included Merrill Lynch, Johnson & Johnson, Prudential, and the American Management Association. He lives in Newtown, PA. JASON KEIL, a graduate of Rutgers College, is an instructional designer at Raymond Karson Associates. His TBT designs are being used at BASF, Delta Airlines, Liberty Mutual, and Wyeth-Ayerst, among others.

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