Technology for Trainers

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American Society for Training and Development, 2003 - Business & Economics - 179 pages
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Here's a no-nonsense book with two main missions: One: help trainers find a happy medium between the amount of technology that can be ignored and the amount of technology a savvy trainer needs to possess to get the job done; Two: turn your newly acquired tech savvy into a workable, functional e-learning solution. This book will let you: talk with authority to e-learning designers and developers; understand strengths and weaknesses of e-learning tools and choose the right one for the job; and map current training skills to e-learning development and capabilities. Bonus: This book also includes a complete e-learning glossary that contains more than 400 key e-learning terms from analog to XML.
 

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Based in the Denver area, Thomas Toth is an e-learning developer with more than 20 years of training, management, and design experience. He is also the president of dWeb Studios, a web and e-learning design and development firm in Parker, Colorado. Toth has designed and programmed online training courses using Adobe products combined with modern authoring tools, and has personally created and maintained hundreds of individual e-learning courses for corporate clients around the world. He holds a BA in human communication and an MA in education with a focus on educational technology.

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