The ASTD handbook of instructional technology

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McGraw-Hill, 1993 - Business & Economics
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All areas of human resource development are affected by Instructional Technology & its role as a basis for training. Choose a training technology that's too simple, & you waste your manpower, choose one that's too complex, & you waste your money. This one-stop handbook provides trainers & managers with all the information they need to select the most effective Instructional Technology for their training & development needs. It provides a practitioner's view of each of Instructional Technology-analyzing the job & task; analyzing performance; designing instruction; identifying, selecting, & training instructors; evaluating programs, & much more. Readers will find hundreds of basic techniques, valuable hints, checklists, graphic illustrations, & practical real-life examples to help them deal with the myriad of choices available & maximize training effectiveness.

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Contents

TechnologyBased Instruction
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How to Get Hypermedia Up and Running 10 1
10-1
Getting IVD Lessons Up and Running 12 1
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About the author (1993)

George M. Piskurich is an organizational learning and performance consultant specializing in e-learning interventions, performance analysis, and telecommuting. He is the author of numerous books including "Getting the Most from Online Learning," "Self-Directed Learning: A Practical Guide to Design" and "Preparing Learners for e-Learning" all published by Pfeiffer.